I know. Such a drama queen.
Getting excited for something keeps me motivated. If I have something to look forward to, the days seem shorter, the anticipation and excitement keep me interested, and I feel like I'm a better person to be around.
I'll give you a hint through pictures.
Thanks to some New Year's sale at www.cruisesonly.com, and no deposit until February 1, my parents, sister and I are sailing on the Disney Wonder to Cozumel and Grand Cayman for my daddy's birthday next year.
I'm not the only one that's been moping around the house lately. Since my mother, our family cruise director (God Bless Her!), arranged it yesterday, we've been smiling a bit more, dreaming a bit more and planning practically nonstop. One thing we've all agreed on is that we want to actually DO excursions this time around (last time, we were in Nassau for the second time, and all we wanted to do was find the Pirate museum and call it a day. Mission Accomplished.). We all want to see the ruins at Cozumel and there's a Turtle Tour in Grand Cayman that looks epically awesome.
So, now I have a lot to look forward to. I have a reason to work out (aside from general health and wellness), and I couldn't be more grateful to my mother for booking it.