(I wrote this post on January 16, but was so busy getting out the door that I neglected to post it. I’m home again, but still catching up. More soon…)
To Mexico, of course. At least 6 bloggers will be on the low-carb cruise and perhaps without access to a computer. I’m excited about the opportunity to meet some of the leaders of the low-carb movement, share ideas, and learn as much as I can. I’ll be taking lots of notes and pictures, so I can tell you all about it.
The last few weeks have been hectic for me. The third batch of material for my book was due yesterday (it was in on time!) and I’m just starting to plan for the trip today. I have two kinds of motion sickness pills, just in case, and am still looking for comfortable walking shoes for sight-seeing. It will be a working trip, but I’m sure it will be lots of fun too, and a great break from the dreary, winter weather here in the Northwest. The food is always a challenge on a cruise; past experience leads me to expect an all-you-can-eat policy in the dining room, and if you hesitate about whether you want prime rib or lobster, the waiter will bring you both! There’s usually a 24-hour buffet as well if you want to continue to eat all night. Fortunately, there will be too many witnesses to fall completely off the wagon!