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- Publication Date: February 20, 2013
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- Language: English
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Triumph over Calamity Kindle Edition
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1)Luck. Your cabin location and the crew members whom you dealt with, including your neighbors on-board.
2)Attitude. Mrs Peaden's Christian bent contributed to her 'positive' way of looking at her situation.
3)Personal situation. I think older people would probably have a more negative experience as well as 'party' people who wanted to have a cruise full of drinking and gambling. Having children makes one more concerned about the well-being of family and not so much on having fun.
The piece was fairly well written however I could have done without all the Bible verses. I think it would be especially useful to someone who has not been on a cruise. I thought it was an un-biased description based on her personal circumstances. Maybe someone else should write about their perception if they disagree so vehemently with Mrs. Peaden.
Read the last page if you want to know 'How to poop in a Bag'.
It definitely did not go as planned, but I think both parents did a good job of teaching their kids the sometimes bad things happen, and when they do, you pick yourself up, brush off your hands and keep going, turning the negative into positives. GOOD JOB to the parents and their ability in raising good, Christian children.