“ Farewell and adieu all you fair my blog followers,
Farewell and adieu all you followers of my blog”
Well, tommorow we’re setting sail! Dad’s going to wake me up early, so that I can pack a few last minute things (last time we almost forgot peinguin, the cuddly toy that also makes a great pillow!) And I’m going to wake James up because last time we forgot puppy (the cuddly toy that has to be kept in a sock sleeping bag!)
Plus, I wouldn’t mind having time to make some toast and record a few things.
We’re going on the ferry, Mum prefers the train because she gets sea-sick, but she says that she’s OK as long as she stays on deck. Which reminds me, I got some books from the library (they asked if I wanted to take part in the story lab thing, but the problem is, I read over six books in a week, so it’s a little beneath me! I think it’s meant for kids who hardly ever read.) In one of them it mentioned that you feel less sea-sick below deck, I just Googled it and I don’t think it’s true, but I did find several tips for avoiding sea-sickness, the three at the top of the page on Google are: (if you just type in ‘Does stop you from feeling sea sick’ a typing mistake I made) about-getting-sea-sick-on-a-cruise, (the one I actually looked at and recomend) http://www.chuckiebags.com/sea-sickness-prevention.asp, and http://www.frommers.com/community/forum.cfm/tips-tools-deals/cruises/cruising-motion-sickness-sufferer. Just in case you’re, like us, going on holiday by ferry. The best thing about going on a ferry for me is the chips. When you’re travelling in the car you’re meals are wierd, a few slices of pizza for breakfast, a bag of crisps and some sandwiches for lunch, and a boiled egg as a snack before tea. Whereas, on the ferry, you get at lest one meal that isn’t made up of several snacks!
Well, I think I’ll sign off now, just enough time to give you those words of wisdom I promised:
“Never eat yellow snow, eating greens will make you grow up big and strong, patience is a virtue, virtue is a grace, Grace is a little girl who wouldn’t wash her face!”