This is it folks, my last post from the Norwegian Dawn. Unless after our final show tonight I feel the need to get sappy, but let’s hope that doesn’t happen. I have my reputation as a robot to maintain.
I’m all packed up, aside from what I need tonight and tomorrow. In an hour we have to go check our luggage, and it will be locked up overnight. Then we have our last dinner together, where Colin will be joining us. And then our final improv show, and that’s it. We sign off tomorrow at noon and fly back to Chicago at 3:00.
Hmm, I wish I had something more profound to write on the eve of our departure, but I feel like I’ve been writing about leaving for the past three weeks, so I don’t know what else I have left to say about it. This afternoon we’ve been exchanging cd’s of our digital photos, which I guess is the equivalent of signing yearbooks.
I never got around to publishing the above post last night; it’s now 8:15am Sunday, and I’m finishing packing and doing various sign-off procedures. Our show last night was a lot of fun, and afterwards we went to Star Bar one last time, along with members of our tech crew.
It’s time to pack up my computer, so in leaving I’ll say thank you for reading this blog for the past 4 months and for taking an interest in my cruise exploits. I hope to have more interesting adventures to write about soon. I hope you’ll check in from time to time.