#24/30 First of all, I’ll be 30 in exactly ONE week! ONE week left of my 20s…woah. Now, for the main point of this post: Tonight is Prom Night! It’s my job to run the thing, so I’m excited for … Continue reading
#23/30 My first date with Michael was L.C. Bird’s 2003 homecoming dance. He came with a corsage and boutonnière for the night but I had no clue how to pin the boutonnière on Michael. My dad took over to “help … Continue reading
#22/30 Thai food is by far my favorite food category. If we order UberEats, my first choice is Mai Thai right here in Old Town! On the journey to Thailand, all I could think about was pad thai, curry, and … Continue reading
#21/30 The jet lag is real. When 7PM comes around, my eyes go wide and I tell myself I can make it another two hours. When 5am comes, I feel I could run a marathon! I know, I know. You’re … Continue reading
#19/20 One of the highlights of our time in Thailand was getting the chance to visit an Elephant Santuary! We started our time with feeding baby bananas to baby Elephants. We learned that they like the bright yellow mini bananas, … Continue reading
There was a 12 hour flight. A 3 hour layover. A 45 minute delay. A 2 hour flight. Customs. Security checks. Changing terminals. Walking the entire airport. An Uber ride. But…we’re finally home!
We ordered a pizza, showered, and already washed two loads of laundry! It’s good to be home.
Best part? This girl is super snuggily whenever we come back from a trip! I’m soaking it up!
#17/30 Our last day of our grand trip was spent exploring The Great Wall of China! Quick facts about the Great Wall: It’s the world’s longest wall and biggest ancient architecture, reaching about 13,000 miles long! It’s around 2,400 years … Continue reading
#16/30 If yesterday’s rat post didn’t totally freak you out, I’ve got a little more for you. We left Thailand and have landed in Beijing, China. We will be here for the last three days of our trip before we … Continue reading
#15/30 Let me tell you about the time my husband ate a BBQ’d street rat in Thailand. We were on our tour and our guide told us about these “cooks” who catch rats running through the rice fields and proceed … Continue reading