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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Our Honeymoon

Thirty-seven years ago, we went to Bermuda on our honeymoon. Hubby carried me through a moongate. We went on a rum-swizzle cruise. We rented motor scooters and zipped around the island. We toured the caves, the fort, and the perfume factory. We tried snorkeling.

It was great fun!

Where did you go on your honeymoon?


MarkD60 said...

You still look the same!

47 echarehe

Irene said...

91 ayiedcdOh, dear, my car got wrecked two days before we got married, so all plans for a honeymoon went down the tubes. Seven months or so later we went to Florida, saw Disneyworld, stayed with his was worth it, even if his mother ended up in the hospital and I ended up having to cook Easter dinner.... But I remember it oh so fondly.

Penelope Marzec said...


Thanks. :-)

Penelope Marzec said...


A wrecked car is a tough way to start out. :-(

Glad you got to enjoy Disneyworld even if it was seven months later. Fond memories are the best kind. :-)

Sharon McGregor said...

Marvellous picture. It could almost make a book cover. We had a winter honeymoon-went to a lodge and outsmarted ourselves. We hid our luggage from friends who might sabotage it and then, when waiting for our car to warm up, forgot to transfer it. Imagine a honeymoon with not even a toothbrush!

Penelope Marzec said...


I can't imagine a honeymoon without luggage. I guess it made for some real togetherness.:-)

Gay N Lewis said...

We didn't have a honeymoon. We married on a Thursday, packed our meager belongings on Friday, drove to our new home on Saturday, and my husband preached his first sermon in his first church on Sunday. I think we are having one at this stage in life.

Penelope Marzec said...


A honeymoon is good at any stage in life. :-)

It's all about togetherness and happy memories. Honeymoons don't have to be in exotic locales either.

When I was nearly grown up, my parents took me and my siblings to the cabin where they spent their honeymoon. It was charming and perfect for the two of them. :-)

Marilyn Baron said...

Penelope, This is so exciting to see you under the moon gate. I also love Bermuda. I didn't honeymoon there but my husband and I spent about 10 vacations there either by ourselves, with friends or with our family. The Wild Rose Press just released my romantic thriller/historical "Under the Moon Gate," which is set in contemporary and WW II Bermuda. On the cover is a beautiful moon gate. Hope you'll take a look at it.

Marilyn Baron