Burlington, VT —> Yuma, AZ —> Lancaster, PA
And I’m spent.
It was an incredible 10 days””amazing memories were made and plenty of great times were had””but, wow, guys, I’m tired. Of course, it was all worth it, especially since I got to see my college roommate get married this past weekend, and I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. She’s one of my favorite people ever, so I absolutely wanted to be there to celebrate with her.
Rewind to yesterday morning
Back at the airport. Same terminal and everything! This time, I finally tried a Pumpkin Spice Latte””iced, of course! I’m happy to report it was pretty darn tasty, and I loved every sip. I had it made with soy milk and 2 pumps of pumpkin, which was the perfect combo””creamy and not too sweet.
Flight to Philly —> rental car to Lancaster. Check out my sick ride!
My flight was delayed and then there was traffic getting out of Philly, which meant I didn’t have time to stop for lunch, but my welcome bag from the bride and groom included a bag of crab chips, which I was soooo thankful for. I housed them as soon as I arrived in my hotel room!
Both the ceremony and reception were absolutely beautiful. I cried during both! Haha!
The reception was such a fun time, but I wouldn’t expect anything less from this couple!
And the food”¦ excellent. It was definitely some of the best I’ve eaten at a wedding!
With the beautiful bride!
I woke up super early this morning to catch my flight back to Boston. An iced soy latte was much-needed.
Now I’m eating breakfast and blogging at the airport while I wait for my flight to board. I randomly purchased a Ginger Lemon Cashew Nothin’ But granola bar and just had to tell you guys about it. It was so tasty with lots of healthy ingredients inside””definitely look for it the next time you travel!
Question of the Day
What would you choose right now: a hug, coffee, vodka, or sleep?