Synchronicity Ship

     If you have never been on a cruise, you should consider it. No, it’s not mad cap adventures where only you have found the undiscovered lands. But for me, it’s one of the few truly relaxing vacatons I can take. Everything is truly taken care of and you don’t have to worry about a thing.  I’ll try to post after each port to give an idea of what it’s all like

     Kevin and I like to drive down to Florida to catch our boat. One of the main reasons is that since we bring our dive gear, etc that it’s just easier than flying. And cheaper. Last night, though, made the drive totally worth it.

    We’re cruising along I-95, and we just passed the sign for Kennedy Space Center. Out of the corner of my eye, I see a bright light, flaming high up into the sky. At first I thought it was something like a factory exhaust, but then remembering we had just passed the Kennedy Space Center, I shook Kevin.

     “Holy shit, I think that’s a rocket!”

     Kevin looked it up on his phone, and, sure enough it was a rocket launch! It literally launched the exact moment we were driving by. Not to mention, there were no other cars around, so my weaving around to keep it in view wasn’t an issue. Apparently, it wasn’t a launch that was even open to the public, so we were doubly lucky. 

     We are taking it as an omen that this trip will have all kinds of smooth sailing (pun intended). There’s an off chance that we will be able to see some friends of ours who are cruising the same ports as us, but on a different ship. I’m feeling this synchronicity ship.

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