“Cause when you live in the desert, it’s what pretty girls do…”

Oh my goodness, does it feel surreal to be back at home and back to my usual routine of working, writing and recording- especially since my feet had barely hit the ground a couple of days ago after I’d landed at Logan Airport in Boston following some significant flight delays!

The abysmal transportation hiccups both to and from Las Vegas aside (I was unexpectedly provided with an airline credit to compensate me for multiple errors and inconveniences- so I’m fine!)– my extended weekend away was a wonderful one- filled with incredible live music, time with lifelong friends I hadn’t seen in what felt like ages- and some seriously amazing food!

The majority of my trip was spent in and around The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, where I indulged in both Secret Pizza for lunch and eggslut for breakfast, strolled the strip the Conservatory at the Bellagio, and of course took the time to see The Killers absolutely crush it live at The Chelsea! They played Kelsey and I’s favorite song- one we’d never heard live before- so it was especially memorable and I will forever cherish the set list my friend on the crew gave to me to commemorate the evening.

I also spent some time in and out of California while I was out that way (especially since I love that drive through the desert!) and got to see some breathtaking sunsets and explore some abandoned roadside attractions- because I am a spooky queen at heart, after all.

A little over 48 hours out West didn’t feel like nearly enough time- and I was more than a little sad to have to turn around and come home- but I’ve consoled myself with the fact that I’ll be back out for a much longer stay in August, which I’m sure will be here before we even know it! I may even develop an itinerary for that trip!

Although going with the flow and running with wherever the journey takes me has never steered me wrong!


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Hi! I'm Ashley. I'm a blogger and a radio personality with a makeup and shoe addiction based out of Boston and the Pioneer Valley. These are my (mis)adventures.

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