Hi there, remember me? Anyone? It’s been weeks since I last posted. I’m not going to lie. Thing have been overwhelmingly busy. I have seriously considered the possibility of stopping my blog. Figured it had been a good year and a half run. But after considering shutting this whole operation down I realized that I can still make time for it and that blogging allows me an outlet to reduce my anxiety. So here I am again and hopefully I haven’t lost everyone who I had considered my “blog friends”. Here are some highlights of what happened over the past few weeks:
I had absolutely the best time with my friends in Vegas for my birthday. We stayed in an amazing 2-bedroom suite at Mandalay and lived like queens for a few nights
After a crazy weekend, my sister and I drove to St. George Utah to stay at the Red Mountain Resort, a fitness and spa resort that won the 2012 Traveler’s Choice Award. Our package included three healthy gourmet meals a day (they were soooo good!), free fitness classes, hiking, and use of the spa. It was such a nice bday gift to ourselves 🙂
In between taking fitness classes and hitting up the gym, we did some major hiking. Both in the beautiful Snow Canyon State Park, which is literally right next to the resort, and at the unbelievable Zion National Park.
My sister took me on the famous Angel’s Landing hike, which is really quite dangerous. You climb up two peaks by holding on to some chains. It is literally sheer cliffs on both sides of you. Multiple people have died on this hike. I may or may not have been moaning like a baby, but I did it. I trusted my body and overcame some major fears and was able to make the summit.
Whew, so that’s a lot of recapping. And that doesn’t even touch on nearly everything that I did over the past 3 weeks. I really am sorry for being MIA, but I’ve decided that I’m not quite done blogging yet so I’m just going to fit it in. I REALLY need to do a Marine Corps Marathon recap post so that’s what’s coming next!
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