We are currently sitting in the PC room at the highest point on the ship and it's rolling like a good'un! No-one's been sick yet, but the ballroom lesson we have just come from was slightly weird - you couldn't stand still, much less dance!!
Loraine and I watched Les Miserables on the telly at 6.30 this morning, then breakfasted. After that we went to a lecture on American Foreign Policy following the forthcoming election - not our usual sort of thing but in fact it was really interesting. We did the art auction as well - they have a couple of Michael Godard's so if they go at a decent price I may get another one to match the Martini picture, then I'll be classed as an art collector! Oh, and I got free champagne for attending, not that that was the attraction - much!
After lunch I played the banjo for a bit and then it was the ballroom dancing and oh dear - we managed to learn (well, re-learn anyway) the Cha Cha Cha, despite the best efforts of whoever's driving the ship to spill us all over the floor.
We're all eating smaller breakfasts and lunches, so that we have room for dinner - only five courses this evening and no banoffee pie as yet, but we live in hope. I have managed to persuade the waiters to give Len and me more chocolates than the others when they serve the coffee.
Mum is sitting beside me as I write this and can see what I write, so I'd better be careful today!
Were off now for a pre-dinner drink (a Gibson in my case) so I really must go - don't want to be late getting to the bar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
'Till tomorrow then,