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Old March 22nd, 2013, 02:10 PM
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What was the cabin offer to give up your mini-suite??
The exact same cabin only it was closer to the elevators and banks of stairs. Like I want to hear the elevators and people coming and going!

The cabin I'm in is so quiet and so nice for taking that much needed afternoon nap or for sleeping in!

I don't blame these folks for wanting my cabin......that's why I booked it over 12 months ago!!!!

Apparantly, these people want to do a b2b2b and don't want to have to move cabins on their 3 week cruise.

I may have to teach Horty how to "sic" on command!!!!!
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Old March 22nd, 2013, 02:15 PM
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Invite them over for a drink.
Yeah! That's the ticket! The scenario would be something like this:....."Oh! Hello Mr. & Mrs. I Booked Too Late, won't you come in and join us for a cocktail in our lovely, quiet, peaceful mini-suite!" "Please feel free to take your shoes off and then don't forget them on your way out!"
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The exact same cabin only it was closer to the elevators and banks of stairs. Like I want to hear the elevators and people coming and going!

The cabin I'm in is so quiet and so nice for taking that much needed afternoon nap or for sleeping in!

I don't blame these folks for wanting my cabin......that's why I booked it over 12 months ago!!!!

Apparantly, these people want to do a b2b2b and don't want to have to move cabins on their 3 week cruise.

I may have to teach Horty how to "sic" on command!!!!!
So I guess you told them to shove it?
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We just changed our cruise. With John out of work (going back tomorrow I think) and his upcoming surgery, we decided to take a 7 day cruise instead. It's 1200 cheaper so we're going for it. I'm still happy!!!
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So I guess you told them to shove it?
When the gal from Princess said, very abruptly, "well, have a nice cruise!" After I declined her offer of a bottle of wine with dinner......Her quick sign-off was my first clue that the negotiating wasn't going much further on her end.....and, that was just fine with me!
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We just changed our cruise. With John out of work (going back tomorrow I think) and his upcoming surgery, we decided to take a 7 day cruise instead. It's 1200 cheaper so we're going for it. I'm still happy!!!
As long as John's okay.....you're going to love your cruise and especially the savings part!
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Roz you should have told them you'd move if they offer you a free trip.

I am in the process of getting paperwork together for our July Carnival (eek!) cruise. I was able to get an appointment for passports for my kids for next week, spring break, at a tiny post office. Can we say relief? I was able to get one for late April at the busy main PO which would still give us time to get the documents for the kids but now I don't have to pull them out of school early for the passports.

Now for the dog, I have an appointment on Friday at the vet. I have the application for import that Carnival sent me. It looks like I can send that in on my own without the vet? Does that sound right? If I remember correctly I send this in and the Bahamas send me back a paper that I need to bring to the vet? I know in addition I need the health certificate that I'll need closer to the date of the cruise.

The cruise line referred me to pettravel.com for information. They have a "kit" the can sell me for $15 for the "Pet Passport Bahamas" that includes the import application, the vet certificate, and an airline certificate. I have never needed this website before and it sounds like I have or can get the paperwork from the vet myself.
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CJ: Don't buy any "kit", talk to your Vet. He/she may charge for the Intl. Health Cert. but you'll get all that you need through them.

I've been spending my days at Northridge Hospital. My dear husband, Morey, fell on Monday and could not get up and I couldn't move him without him complaining of severe pain, he hit his head, had a black eye and was generally very, very weak. I called 911 and they were at his side in 7 minutes. They said his blood pressure was very high, his blood sugar was over 340 [110 would be normal] and he couldn't stop shaking. After a full battery of tests it was determined that he had had a silent stroke followed by symptoms of Parkinson's, rapid heart beat, lack of iron and magnesium and he was generally confused. Poor guy he's so sick. No broken bones, just lots of bruises. He's still in the hospital with I.V. of iron, sodium chloride, insulin injections, MRI's, CatScans, xray's - poking and prodding every day with telemetry on his heart. He can't stand-up, he can't walk, he can't be on his own......he's so traumatized......he's usually independent and self sustaining......he's hating every minute of his time in bed. I leave my visits with him, crying my way to the elevator.

With all of the above, you can imagine I won't be taking my long awaited cruise this Saturday [I am soooooo disappointed], there's lots of time to take all the cruises I want but there's only ONE MOREY!!!!!

He'll probably go to re-hab, learn to walk with a walker, be taken off of his usual vegan diet and with God's help and all your prayers live a long and wonderful life with the love of his life......ME!!!!

I will call my TA tomorrow and see if we can get a name change on the manifest and I'll give my cruise to my brother who can go with my SIL Debi, who was to be my cruising partner.

Horton and especially Brenda are missing our leader, Morey, and are sending him our strongest vibes to come home to us very soon!

I took both the dogs to the hospital [with their vests on] to visit him and they were so happy to see him, as he was to see them. I hated to leave him at the end of the visit.
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CJ: Don't buy any "kit", talk to your Vet. He/she may charge for the Intl. Health Cert. but you'll get all that you need through them.

I've been spending my days at Northridge Hospital. My dear husband, Morey, fell on Monday and could not get up and I couldn't move him without him complaining of severe pain, he hit his head, had a black eye and was generally very, very weak. I called 911 and they were at his side in 7 minutes. They said his blood pressure was very high, his blood sugar was over 340 [110 would be normal] and he couldn't stop shaking. After a full battery of tests it was determined that he had had a silent stroke followed by symptoms of Parkinson's, rapid heart beat, lack of iron and magnesium and he was generally confused. Poor guy he's so sick. No broken bones, ju st lots of bruises. He's still in the hospital with I.V. of iron, sodium chloride, insulin injections, MRI's, CatScans, xray's - poking and prodding every day with telemetry on his heart. He can't stand-up, he can't walk, he can't be on his own......he's so traumatized......he's usually independent and self sustaining......he's hating every minute of his time in bed. I leave my visits with him, crying my way to the elevator.

With all of the above, you can imagine I won't be taking my long awaited cruise this Saturday [I am soooooo disappointed], there's lots of time to take all the cruises I want but there's only ONE MOREY!!!!!

He'll probably go to re-hab, learn to walk with a walker, be taken off of his usual vegan diet and with God's help and all your prayers live a long and wonderful life with the love of his life......ME!!!!

I will call my TA tomorrow and see if we can get a name change on the manifest and I'll give my cruise to my brother who can go with my SIL Debi, who was to be my cruising partner.

Horton and especially Brenda are missing our leader, Morey, and are sending him our strongest vibes to come home to us very soon!

I took both the dogs to the hospital [with their vests on] to visit him and they were so happy to see him, as he was to see them. I hated to leave him at the end of the visit.
Oh Roz, I am so sorry to hear your news of Morey - although we don't know you, please give him our very best wishes for a speedy recovery to get home to you and Horton and Brenda. They will be wondering what on earth is going on with their "dad"! But I am sure, there is no doubt at all that their visits to Morey will help his recovery.

You must be disappointed about your cruise, but in a way, thank goodness this happened when you were still at home, and not away! You would have been in a terrible state to get back to him. There will always be another cruise.

Roz, I am sending you a big hug as I hate to think of you crying your way to the elevator - but I know I would be the same. Horton and Brenda will be giving you big doggy hugs which are the best in the world.

I do check in with all your tales from time to time and when I saw the time of your post I did wonder why on earth you were up at that time - now I know. Roz, you take care of yourself dear lady.
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Roz: I am now crying too! Huge prayers and giant hugs coming your way. Fairbourne is so right. Imagine what might have happened if you were already on your cruise. Is he feeling better in general? Confusion gone? I hope the IV's get him the help he needs and he will be good to go. It is very stressful having to work and take care of a loved one.



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Tell Morey I wish him a speedy recovery and that a long cruise will help. Maybe he's gonna need his very own service dog?
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Oh Roz, I am so sorry to hear about Morey, wishing him a full recovery.
Yes,, you miss your cruise but good thing you were still home when this happened. Hugs and Prayers to you and Morey. So nice that you can bring both dogs to the hospital----that will sure help with his recovery and probably help you also.

Sending Prayers and Hugs and please take care of yourself also.
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Cindy----what is happening with John. Sending good vibes your way also. Is he getting lazer to get rid of the stones? I know they can be VERY painful. Hugs to all of you.
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Roz, im so sorry to hear about Mory! You are always our rock and here to give us strength to get through our problems. Please allow us to do the same when you need help. In the mean time you have our thoughts and prayers and of course doggy hugs.

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Roz you should have told them you'd move if they offer you a free trip.

I am in the process of getting paperwork together for our July Carnival (eek!) cruise. I was able to get an appointment for passports for my kids for next week, spring break, at a tiny post office. Can we say relief? I was able to get one for late April at the busy main PO which would still give us time to get the documents for the kids but now I don't have to pull them out of school early for the passports.

Now for the dog, I have an appointment on Friday at the vet. I have the application for import that Carnival sent me. It looks like I can send that in on my own without the vet? Does that sound right? If I remember correctly I send this in and the Bahamas send me back a paper that I need to bring to the vet? I know in addition I need the health certificate that I'll need closer to the date of the cruise.

The cruise line referred me to pettravel.com for information. They have a "kit" the can sell me for $15 for the "Pet Passport Bahamas" that includes the import application, the vet certificate, and an airline certificate. I have never needed this website before and it sounds like I have or can get the paperwork from the vet myself.
I don't think the vet has to fill out anything for the cruiseline. You just fill out the dog form . As for the Bahamas form, I will post it here. All you need to do is fill it out and write "service dog" across the top so they don't charge you the 10 dollars. Send the form in and they will mail you back a permit. You should do that soon cuz it takes a long time by mail. If you have a fax machine available to you, thats even better.

http://www.bringfido.com/travel/international/bahamas/

Scroll down bottom and there is the pdf form.
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CJ: Don't buy any "kit", talk to your Vet. He/she may charge for the Intl. Health Cert. but you'll get all that you need through them.

I've been spending my days at Northridge Hospital. My dear husband, Morey, fell on Monday and could not get up and I couldn't move him without him complaining of severe pain, he hit his head, had a black eye and was generally very, very weak. I called 911 and they were at his side in 7 minutes. They said his blood pressure was very high, his blood sugar was over 340 [110 would be normal] and he couldn't stop shaking. After a full battery of tests it was determined that he had had a silent stroke followed by symptoms of Parkinson's, rapid heart beat, lack of iron and magnesium and he was generally confused. Poor guy he's so sick. No broken bones, just lots of bruises. He's still in the hospital with I.V. of iron, sodium chloride, insulin injections, MRI's, CatScans, xray's - poking and prodding every day with telemetry on his heart. He can't stand-up, he can't walk, he can't be on his own......he's so traumatized......he's usually independent and self sustaining......he's hating every minute of his time in bed. I leave my visits with him, crying my way to the elevator.

With all of the above, you can imagine I won't be taking my long awaited cruise this Saturday [I am soooooo disappointed], there's lots of time to take all the cruises I want but there's only ONE MOREY!!!!!

He'll probably go to re-hab, learn to walk with a walker, be taken off of his usual vegan diet and with God's help and all your prayers live a long and wonderful life with the love of his life......ME!!!!

I will call my TA tomorrow and see if we can get a name change on the manifest and I'll give my cruise to my brother who can go with my SIL Debi, who was to be my cruising partner.

Horton and especially Brenda are missing our leader, Morey, and are sending him our strongest vibes to come home to us very soon!

I took both the dogs to the hospital [with their vests on] to visit him and they were so happy to see him, as he was to see them. I hated to leave him at the end of the visit.
OMG Roz, I'm so sorry to hear about Morey. 340 blood sugar? WOW! No wonder he fell. Did he have a real stroke or was it a TIA like John had?
Please give him our best. We will pray for a quick recovery.

So sorry that you can't go on your cruise, but like you said, "there's only one Morey". You need to be there for him. I hope they will let you change the name on the cruise. For an emergency they should.

I don't want to get in a fight about being a vegan or vegetarian. But it's not just about not eating meat. You really have to know what you are doing in order to get all the vitamins and minerals you need. John works with alot of girls who are either vegan or veg. Some look great and others look so sickly and gross.
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Cindy----what is happening with John. Sending good vibes your way also. Is he getting lazer to get rid of the stones? I know they can be VERY painful. Hugs to all of you.
John is having the stone removed. The way his body reacts to things, I don't think they want him to pass it. His blood pressure will go sky high because thats how his brain reacts to pain. They will take the stone out when they do a bladder scope. It's been 2 weeks since the doctor visit and still no call for the operating date. I guess he will be calling the doctor again.
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