Well as night broke and the darkness fell across the sky after a few more hours of driving we finally saw the light. The city ahead was one filled with many memories of family trips, visiting grandparents, cousin adventures, boating with friends, spring break with my awesome friend, hiking, photography, my birthday, a handsome israeli, famous politicians, my list of moments shared with this city all flooded into mind. Although not every memory spent here was amazing it was starting to feel like home. Close enough and yet still far away. Las Vegas has a very unique place in my life and my heart and my comfort was beginning to come back. Ironically after being in new states the past few months and meeting new people and learning new things and having uncomfortable experiences, it all felt right. Coming back to something familiar was strange and comfortable both things which I have not exactly felt for a long time. This kind of change is hard to welcome back. I’ve grown and changed and yet returning to comfort is where my struggle lies. In comfort, I do not embrace change and I tend to revert to past methods. But this time I want it to be different. This time, I want to return to something familiar and comfortable and I want to step out of my comfort zone and focus on being who I truly am today not who I was yesterday. Here’s to staying true to who you are!
The fabulous Las Vegas strip at night!
Inside the hotel we stayed at!