I’ve never, EVER, EVER had a problem with any kind of seasickness.
[da, da, DUHHHHHHH]
Maybe it’s because I’m still listening to the Outlander books and one of the main characters is seasick? Sympathy sickness?
Could it be that my cruise today started with a beer?
Possibly it was the 5 hour drive to the ferry (so I still had that “is the car moving…?” buzz going on when I walked onto the ferry?)
Or perhaps it was the heat? [or some rare disease? or maybe it’s fleas?]
At any rate, I spent most of the trip (after the beer) in the women’s lounge, which is a stateroom with a permanently propped open door and a padded bench. Mmmmm, good times.
I peeked into the men’s lounge to break the monotony, and some guy there had a rag over his face, which made me feel less alone…
I did get some embroidery work done. For some reason focusing on that made me feel better.
What made me feel worse (MUCH worse) was when I made the mistake of going to the movie room, sitting in a reclining chair and watching the movie. Eeesh, even thinking about it is making me a little queasy…
Something to do with being in a darkened, window-less room watching a wide screen and feeling the movement of the boat up from my legs through my body really got to me. I don’t think I felt as ill when I could actually see the water. Air was good. It was a long 4 hours.
I did take a minute from my busy schedule of trying not to lose my breakfast to photograph this humorous sign.
Tomorrow I teach, but not until the evening so I’m going to sleep in.
I have tums, and I’m not afraid to use them…