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Girls Trip

I've been meaning to brag blog about my most recent Las Vegas trip!  Me and 3 of my dearest girlfriends had a girls trip - no boys allowed (except for at Magic Mike, of course...lol).

We had a busy schedule of events...and we thought we were still much younger than we are ;)

Here's a quick snapshot of our events:

Exploring Vegas on Friday!

Enjoying some cocktails at Magic Mike Live

Posing with the Flamingos on the way to the pool Saturday - we had a concert to rest up for that night! 

Sunday - on the way out to the Grand Canyon

We're the 4 best friends that anyone could have ;)

Sunday Funday!
That's about all I can share - What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas!!!

It was so much fun to get away - just the girls.  We have a couple nights away here and there, but this was the first time we flew somewhere and spent 4 days away.  I'm so lucky to have such awesome friends that can and want to travel.  Counting down the days until we do it again!!


AND...CF doesn't stop when you travel...Cayston came along for the Vegas fun too!! I didn't bring my vest but had my Aerobika on hand.

I think my lungs have finally recovered from all the cigarette smoke in Vegas.  I know it's not the ideal place for a person with CF, but you got to live a little!  I actually enjoyed vesting when I came home...felt like it cleaned out all the crap I inhaled.  And, I of course slept in a few days when I got home to catch up and let my body recover.



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