moving the party
Well, it is official folks. Trevor has accepted a job offer and we will be moving to Las Vegas next year! Moving from Provo to Sin City will sure be an interesting change, talk about polar opposites! This move won't be happening for a solid year, however the wheels are already in motion.
We are very excited and feel very blessed that Trevor has this opportunity. I am happy that he will be able to relax his last year of law school without having to worry about employment, such a blessing.
Ever since I came to Utah I had this nagging feeling that I couldn't wait to "leave." Don't get me wrong, I loved attending the University of Utah, but I was always comparing Utah to San Diego. It was too cold, and I didn't know anyone, yadda, yadda, yadda. Oh what missed opportunities. Over the last six years here Utah stole my heart. If only I had realized sooner what an amazing place it was here! If only I had been more open from the start.
Honestly, it has only been the past year that I have really grown to appreciate everything Utah has to offer. Such beauty, such great people! While I am excited for what is next, my heart aches to leave what we have built here. Somewhere along the way, with my bad attitude and everything, Utah became home. I will miss everything about it. Well... maybe not the part where I have to scrape snow off my car for most of the year... HA. But really, I don't want to make the same mistake twice. I could look at Vegas and not see its potential until we have to leave again. I want to soak up everything it has to offer. And Vegas has a lot to offer us.
We will both be so much closer to family! No more twelve hour drives to see my family and friends in San Diego! And only an hour away from Trevor's family. While there are three hot almost unbearable months in the summer, the rest of the year is pretty dang great weather. I am so ready for a 58 degree winter! And let's not forget the shopping... oh the outlet shopping. And something we both couldn't be more excited about, THE FOOD. Trevor and I are foodies. When he was living there this summer he kept going on and on about all the amazing cuisine and different restaurants. I can't wait to take advantage of all of that.
I guess the hardest part will be having to make new friends! We don't know anyone in Vegas! But that is the one really cool thing about moving in my opinion. When I came to Utah, I knew no one. But now I am leaving so many wonderful friends that I know will be in my life forever. The same can happen in Vegas. It is time to keep on moving forward, expand and grow. Who knows where we will end up living "forever," it doesn't matter, I will always try to make friends where ever I go. And I can't wait to see what special people are waiting for us in Vegas :) Here we come!
GET THE PARTY STARTED
♥ the best day
♥ bikinis & diet coke
♥ disguised blessings
♥ a novel about my feelings
♥ a "utah" mormon
♥ twenty five before twenty five
♥ blonde hair
♥ four eyes
♥ remember to be kind
♥ arm pit hair