There’s no way I could put an entire vacation into one post. So, I’m spreading it out. I’ll be blogging each day on my vacation blog. We were gone for nine days, so get ready. Day 1 & 2 (I combined them…) are up now, if you’re interested.
I thought here I’d show you my vacation souvenir. I saw this in a magazine in Minnesota last week and thought it was a great idea!
We bought a post card every day to show where we’d been or what we did. Then, we bought a keychain and strung them all together. On the back of the postcards, we wrote a brief description of the day.
Isn’t it cute?
It was fun to collect a post card everyday. And when I finally get around to finish writing on the backs, it will be fun to read them! I’m going to go ahead and show you all the postcards, ok? I’m just excited about them and maybe it will whet your appetite to come read my vacation blog as I update it!
You already saw Day 1 above in Pooler, GA. That’s a suburb of Savannah, where we spent our first night.
Day 2 is our Bon Voyage on the “Mickey Boat” as Lydia called it!
Key West was our Day 3. The cutest little town ever–and home to frozen chocolate dipped key lime pies!
Day 4 was our magical Day at Sea. My very favorite days are at sea!
Day 5 was Grand Cayman, where yes, we saw some turtles!
Day 6 was the windy city–well, at least that day Cozumel, MX was extremely windy!
Day 7 another day at sea alongside our favorite pals!
Day 8 was Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island that I literally think is heaven on earth.
I bought 2 other postcards for the next days we spent in Orlando but they are too big. I think I’m going to buy a better one online. Does that defeat the purpose? Oh, well, I’m going to do it anyway!
Anyway, hope I didn’t bore you, I think they’re cute! And I’ll be sure to let you know when I update my vacation blog!
And as my favorite mouse says, “See Ya Real Soon!”
There’s a problem?
You wanted a picture? A picture NOT of a piece of cardstock?
OK. Fine. I only took 498 pictures, I guess I can share one with you…
To quote Mickey again, “Oh boy!”