Carnival Victory Cruise Ship.

By Felicia Farnsworth

James “Bubba” Johnson said, For a senior of 75 years it was a cruise of a lifetime. It started in Union Springs, AL and we boarded our flight on March 22, in Atlanta, Ga on American Airlines to Miami, FL.

We took an uber to the ship and I was floored and wowed by the size of the ship itself. Low and behold there it was in all its glory, The Carnival Victory. It was sitting there idling like my old Harley Davidson.

Prior to my trip my family and friends, the Johnson’s, Penn’s, Rodger’s, and the Youngblood’s, showered me with presents, cakes, and pies.

All aboard the Night Train, let the cruise begin! We set sail to the Bahama Islands and oh how sweet is was. The three day cruise included breakfast, lunch, and dinner with any kind of food you could imagine.

The staff was friendly and was overflowing with courtesy service. I had a blast! When I returned home I was presented with a shiny new tomato red TroyBilt riding lawn mower from my son-in-law Kenneth and my daughter Carmella Penn.

This will now provide me with entertainment for the next five years!

Thanks Y’all. Bubba Johnson.

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