Friday, 3 August 2012

Julies Birthday at Sea

 Champagne Breakfast delivered to our cabin, my little treat for Julies Birthday.
 Scrummy lying in bed with a glass of Bubbly - cant beat it.

 Julies Birthday was the same day as the opening of the British Olympics

 Evening Dinner - saw balloons and the waiters singing to Julie *Happy Birthday* then at the live show in the Palladium, Julies Birthday was announced by the Entertainments Manager.

To top off Julies Birthday - when we at last reached our cabin for the night, this is what we found on the bed - chocs and a card signed by the Captain wishing Julie - Happy Birthday.

Thats the way to do it. lol.


soulbrush said...

What a lucky and spoilt girl she is. I think you should come and give my hubby some tips! Happy B day Julie.

Anonymous said...

What a great way to spend a birthday .. champers and chocolate! Way to go.

Linda said...

How wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing, and welcome back!

Craver Vii said...

Very nice. I can't say I've ever had champagne in bed. I think I'd want a straw for that. No, but then it wouldn't tickle my nose. Wow, that's a tough decision.

The chocolates from the captain was a nice touch. I hope she enjoyed her birthday.

Glad to see you back, Imac.

Darla said...

Well, she was spoiled on this Birthday wasn't she? Very nice!

Gattina said...

What a lovely birthday ! she must have been very happy ! I am jealous now, lol !

George said...

It looks as if Julie was treated royally on her birthday. You're a wonderful husband.

Christopher Frost said...

Well DW has certainly been made a fuss of, and what a great way to spend ones birthday. Although the health problems that you have both got now are not very welcome presents.

Denise said...

Happy Belated Birthday Julie! Looks like she was given the royal treatment and and how sweet of you to make this so special.

SandyCarlson said...

Happy Birthday, Julie! What a beautiful place and time for a celebration. Oh, to be let loose on the chocolate capitol of the world!

Jackie said...

Have missed you,Stewart and am sooo delighted to read this awesome blog about Julie's birthday at sea.
Lucky girl (sweet hubby!)
And to think that a torch was lit in celebration of your birthday, Julie... (Well, OK. It was for the Olympics, but we can all say that it was one giant birthday candle for YOU, Julie!)
Happy birthday!