Recently, I posted about going on a vacation to Italy & France. You can read about the back story of this vacation here. It ended up being a 2 week vacation and all it made me do was want to travel more. Initially, I was a little nervous about traveling out of the country. As I stated in my vacation post, we don’t travel a ton. I couldn’t recommend it enough though after our experience. Continue reading “Ciao”
We don’t take too many vacations. I mean, we moved to California in 2013 (almost 5 years ago!) and we have enjoyed exploring this great state since being here. But, we don’t go on a lot of vacations. Nearby trips, sure. But we hardly ever go on a vacation. Most of our vacation time is spent traveling back home to Nebraska, to see family and friends.
The last big vacation we went on that I can remember was to Jamaica which was over 8 years ago. Needless to say, we’ve been wanting to go on one for awhile now.
When Elizabeth and I met, we initially thought it wouldn’t last long. Not because I’m a weirdo, but because she was going to be a foreign exchange student in Italy and was in the process of doing the paper work. We figured we’d hang out for 3-4 months then that’d be the end of it.
Lucky for me, she decided to stay in the US and see how things would go between us. Ever since then, I’ve wanted to take her to Italy to get a glimpse of what she missed out on.
Well, the trip is booked and I’m brushing up on my Italian. #excited
We thought this years Christmas was going to be big and indeed it was. We started at 2:30 A.M. when we woke up to go to the airport. Needless to say we didn’t get much sleep.
We were hoping visit both sides of the family but sadly my dad caught the flu and we weren’t able to make it to the Lewis Christmas. He is feeling better now and tomorrow is his birthday! Everyone should call to wish him a happy birthday!
Below are some pictures of all the events that went down in Breakenridge CO for the Gledhill, Gines, Lewis Christmas.
We had the privilege to go to Omaha to attend a friends wedding. The trip seemed short and packed full of friends. We miss NE and our friends quite a bit.
Thanks to everyone who made us feel welcomed; especially Ryan and Josey Rogers who were so kind to let us stay at their beautiful home. They put up with us going in and out of their home late at night. You guys are the best!