The Real World

Well, we just spent the last few days in Las Vegas on our “big” trip of the year.  It was absolutely amazing.  We had such a great time.  We has a little more planned to do than we did last time we went, and we may have over done it.  But that’s not the point.  The point is, we had a great time.  We went to the Startosphere and rode the Big Shot and another new ride whose name I can’t remember.  It was crazy.  We went to see a show every night, and could do whatever we wanted, whenever we wanted.

Coming back on Sunday was a rude awakening.  We were coming back to the real world.  We had to work and be grown ups again.  The only thing I hate about going on vacation is coming back.  When you come back, you just know that the day before, you didn’t have any worries or cares outside of yourself.  It’s not the greatest feeling, but I guess we all feel it.  Anyway, I thought I’d share my feelings about coming back to the real world.

2 thoughts on “The Real World”

  1. Amen to that! The real world sucks…sometimes. I really do hate transitioning back into daily life. Once you get back into it, though, it isn’t as bad, AND it also seems that in daily life we find a lot of the little “treasures” that really build us up (you know…trials, work, etc.). I think the key is that we just have to see those for what they are.

    I digress. I definately agree with your point about rude awakenings. I liken it to having a really good dream and then waking up and having to go to work.

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  2. I loved your pics! I’m glad you guys had a fun time. We definately need those breaks. We haven’t traveled for awhile and its much needed! I am looking forward to this summer. YEAH!

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