Nothing but Travel

We’ve been traveling a lot. As in, about a month out of the last two. Between three weddings and 2 work trips, I cannot even tell you how many hours I have spent in an airport. Fun, but exhausting.

The first week of this month was a wedding in Aspen, Colorado, the day before mine and Daniel’s fourth anniversary. As excited as I was to go to my dear friend’s wedding, I wasn’t sure how I felt about being gone for our anniversary again. Things always seem to happen around our anniversary. 😛 But it ended up being wonderful. Aspen, CO was so incredibly gorgeous. Maroon Bells, in particular. And at what other time would we have ever flown to the mountains of Colorado for our anniversary? Not only did we get to stay in a beautiful condo, watch a lovely ceremony and see incredible scenery, but we stayed a couple days afterwards and stopped in the Silver Dollar Saloon in Leadville, CO, saw the ghost town of Independence, Independence Pass, and went to Estes Park the next day. Daniel had never been, and enjoyed it just as much as I hoped.

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Ghost town of Independence

All in all, it was such a great time. The following week was my brother’s wedding and that, too, was very busy but a great time! Then an additional week in Colorado, this time for business. I came home Friday, completely exhausted, but my husband had flowers and wine waiting for me, and we had a relaxing weekend in which we made it a point not to do anything we didn’t feel like doing.

Not saying I’m necessarily ready to go back to work tomorrow, but at least I have a good job, right?

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