Friday, July 22, 2016

All the Frills: Vegas

Well, I went to Vegas with two of my very best friends and my helpmeet.

And it was every bit as ridiculous as you might expect (especially once I was reunited with my favourite slot machine in the world, Kitty Glitter!). Although we pretty classily decided to upgrade our hotel to a fancy suite, which was amazing.

It was also plus 40 degrees ever day so that was a touch miserable. I compensated by playing KISS mini golf…poorly.




Weekend Reading

6 comments:

Cee said...

Would you believe I've never been to Vegas? True story. I have to admit that Kitty Glitter alone makes me feel like I need to change that, ha ha - seriously, that is the world's most adorable slot machine!
xox,
Cee

Closet Fashionista said...

Woohoo! So much fun!!! In the past 3 weeks 4 different sets of people I know went to Vegas, so crazy! haha. I could have gone with one group but they went the same weekend I was camping :(
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Lorena said...

Check that bathroom out !! Wow !
I learned a new word today: helpmeet ;)
When I went there, we traveled with a friend who worked at the Marriott so we had family discount and ended paying something like 30 bucks for room per night with breakfast included! - so we did not stay at the big fancy hotels. I felt Vegas was like Disney for grown ups ! Glad you enjoyed your time.

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Nerissa Obedencia said...

I've never been to that City! So in love with the kitty glitteriffic fun in this post! Great blog you have, stay inspired!


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Elle Sees said...

KITTY GLITTER!!! Still in love with that. Love Vegas.
OMG at the awesome links--diving into those now. Instead of working.