i bet you crusiers are getting excited!!! the time is coming... i wish i could have talked hubby into going... but he refuses to go on a cruise.
And you guys have NO idea about some of the other very special surprises in store for all of us...
Been on the phone a lot with the cruise people this week... and more excited than ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :hurray::yahoo::cruise:
WOOHOO.. and morning lou!
i was wondering if ya'll are still doing the door deco contest??? i would really love to see the pics from that..
There's only one thing I know DH won't participate in and that is the costume contest. I think only DD will be doing that!
I think, you might be thinking of the Pin Traders Cruise on November 11 to the 15th on the Disney Wonder.
Here's a link to that thread which is a couple down from this one.
As we are getti8ng closer and closer to the cruise, I started to put together just a simple, single page with the daily activities on it for easy reference. I have attached it to this post if you'd like a copy as well.
There are many more things going on without specific times and places at this point which I didn't put into the actual schedule but listed them at the bottom. We also wanted to be sure to try not to schedule anything that would conflict with some of the great things Disney has going on onboard, and of course not to conflict with some of the shore excursion activities (although a Sloppy Joe at Sloppy Joes is pure nirvana!!) :)
A question about the "game night" - was anyone planning on bringing games of their own? If not, what types of games would you be interested in? (Midnight Poker with Lou!! Woo Hoo!!) :lol:
I have Disney "Name That Tune" (not the name, but that's what we call it. We've called it that for so long I've forgotten what the real name is). We also like to play Scattergories. Of course there is always Euchre, Spades, Hearts, and last but not least, POKER!
Oh, and flags........ fabric or paper?
I think in order to save suitcase space, we could bring a deck of Uno cards (We are running low on suitcase space :lol:) Dang, I don't know how to play poker, but I could brush up on that before then. My DD can whoop some serious backside in Uno and she's only seven. She's a very strategic thinker and she could be four or five steps ahead of you before you know what hits ya. She wanted to bring Disney Scene It, which is a great game, but you would need a TV and DVD set up. That's probably not an option, so I nixed that.
Hey Captain Lou, since you're around, what do ya think about my question above, posterboard or fabric for the flag? Oh and hey, are kids welcome at the Island Hopping (bar) meets or would it be a more adults only thing?
T-Nina's favorite is strip poker! Everyone bring extra clothes for her to wear that night please (believe me...I'm looking out for all of you!).
I have never lost a game of strip poker in my life.