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About BecciBoo

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    Arkansas Paradise
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    cruising quilting construction and design
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  1. We have shuffled 3 cruises now. TOday we switched our Nov. 30 cruise up to Jan 11th Jewel out of Galveston. Everytime, we were allowed to forgo the deposit since they owe us $300 now. Today we were asked to pay for the taxes/fees so as to "lock" in our cabin. Our 7 day was down to under $1000 and when our FCCs are applied will cost approx. $400! Woohoo! They are getting better at this! That is good news considering our original Sept. cruise was only a 4 day. We parlayed it into 7 for just $200 difference. I'm happy! All in all, I will never purchase a Next Cruise Cert on board again...it was so much hassle. Hopefully by January, we may have a vaccination. Crossing fingers/toes.
  2. This is not a political forum, I am reporting you both
  3. Please keep your political comments to yourself. Those are against CC posting rules
  4. Yes, we live a stone's throw from the lake there. God's country for sure. Happier than we've ever been since leaving Texas.
  5. Permission?????? That was a tad sarcastic, I never gave you permission for anything....free country, do as you please....but the snarky comments are a little nasty............
  6. Same here, made mine out of cotton poplin 2 layers with a slit so you can still put a charcoal layer in if you want. I'm making some cruise worthy ones now, plam trees, sharks for Hubs...if I have to comply, I want to have fun with it.
  7. I am also immunocompromised, 3 ways.....if you are concerned stay home, this virus is never going to stop us from cruising or doing practically anything we want to. We follow the law, if it's not law...not. We do wear the masks I have made, distance as much as possible but damn the torpedoes full speed ahead..........I have 10 to 15 good years left on my very short life, not gonna spend it indoors afraid to go anywhere....BTW, we live within an hour of that lake and I would never show up at a place like that, virus or no virus...in fact we stay pretty far away from folks on the ship too. Not a problem. The only crowded venue is the suite lounge or diamond lounge, guess the coupons are the way they will handle them. Go get your drinks and go sit down as far away from others as you can get...again, no problem.
  8. Ain't scared o' no virus, ain't scared o'no mask and ain't scared o'no cruise.....excuse me whilst I finish sewing my fashion statement masks..............................
  9. All I need is the $200 Next Cruise I used on the canceled cruise to be applied toward the one I just switched to. He insisted on a new booking number and another $100 of my money for deposit.....and now it looks like we will have already cruised (or NOT) by the time they get it to me!!!!!!! But its only been 3 weeks since the cancellation....so I will be patient. I just hope we get to cruise
  10. Good luck with that..........have fun in your basement........
  11. everything said about a subject has already been said. That just means "I didn't say it yet"......LOL
  12. Agree on most...I am an unrequited Libertarian...I believe in Thoreau's quote, that which governs least governs best...I listened in History. But I still intend to be obedient to the law of the land. Thought this is interesting though....one of my friends just had a mutual acquaintence whose MIL just died in a car accident and after a couple weeks they received the Death Cert. and guess what the powers that be listed as cause??? Yep, Covid....now I have proof that all that silly reporting is suspect....HIGHLY suspect!
  13. No, you just smear it all over your lips, then it goes to your fingers then someone else or something else....deal with it. You won't melt. And heaven forbid you kiss someone, or are we all avoiding that as well...just get on with it.
  14. The other thing we all do at least 25 times in a minute is touch our face....I have noticed as I wear my Oh So fashionable home made mask at Wally World that I even move the thing aside to scratch or touch my face, just out of habit. Just be truthful, we all do it, it's like a88hls everybody has one. Results of a recent study: On average, each of the 26 observed students touched their face 23 times per hour. Of all face touches, 44% (1,024/2,346) involved contact with a mucous membrane, whereas 56% (1,322/2,346) of contacts involved nonmucosal areas. Of mucous membrane touches observed, 36% (372) involved the mouth, 31% (318) involved the nose, 27% (273) involved the eyes, and 6% (61) were a combination of these regions. Then we touch all the veggies especially if we reject the first one, and other commodities in the market...there is no getting away from contamination unless you're in a "clean room". I choose to wear one because it gives others a sense of control and safety and that is the reason I think the task force has really recommended them, especially in the light of medical evidence and the things they were saying about the initial recommendations.
  15. Because in all probability it is totally bogus! Come on, can you at least be honest about this at least...we have all 100% at least once in our life sneezed or coughed spontaneously...and there's nothing tough h about THAT
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