October 14, 2011

Sin City



I think….I’m liking this empty nest!!  Heading out west tomorrow, never been to Vegas before in my life.  It’s never really appealed to me.  But since me and a few friends from work are all having major birthdays this year, the talk turned into action.

Prepped a page in my small moleskine to doodle in on the plane.  Purchased that little set of markers in a CD carrying case a few months ago.  Hope I like them because this will be their maiden voyage too.

See you on the other side, and if you have any tips on how to win BIG in Vegas, I’m all ears Open-mouthed smileOpen-mouthed smile

4 comments:

JP said...

When I first saw Sin City, "The Strip" was about two blocks in length - brightly lit up - surrounded by total darkness .
Now, it includes miles of amazing buildings and sights to see. Take your camera. Take in some shows. Don't expect alone-time or any quiet settings, however. Oh, and take some time to gamble!

JP said...

When I first saw Sin City, "The Strip" was about two blocks in length - brightly lit up - surrounded by total darkness .
Now, it includes miles of amazing buildings and sights to see. Take your camera. Take in some shows. Don't expect alone-time or any quiet settings, however. Oh, and take some time to gamble!

Janet said...

You're gonna have a blast! It's visual overload for sure but take your camera and just have fun. It's just go-go-go 24/7 so rest up!!

I don't have any tips on winning but I can tell you I've had lots of experience at losing!

Rebekah said...

Go on the slot machines that haven't been used for a while... they are programmed to give a win if they have not been played on for a certain length of time... you are more likely to get a win!
Have fun!

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