Do you realize the Las Vegas shooting was only a month ago? There was so much sadness and outrage. Is that still the case? So many thoughts and prayers were sent. Are they still being sent? Unfortunately the answer to these questions is more likely “No” than yes. There are so many violent incidents nowadays… Continue reading Remember Vegas?
This week there was a shooting in Las Vegas that left more than 50 dead and 500 injured. It’s being called the deadliest shooting in modern US history. One moment people were enjoying a country concert and the next being rapid fire shot at from a hotel window. A couple of coaches I know were… Continue reading Viva Las Vegas
We had a little extra time in Dallas and Vegas.
The final stop of the USASF summer tour was Las Vegas for NACCC. Since I don’t talk much about the work side of cheerleading here I’ll focus on the play. We saw Maroon 5 perform a couple songs, David Copperfield’s show, spent a night at 1 OAK, and attended Hip Hop International’s championship.
I didn’t know what to call this article because I wasn’t sure what was going to come out when I started typing, hence the catchy name. I spent the other night in the hospital, which was enough to get my mind churning. It’s because I have an irregular heartbeat, which is something I’ve known for… Continue reading Insert Title Here
Last week I spent 6 nights in Las Vegas, which is at least 3 nights too many. The trip was for cheer meetings, but since we were there we figured we might as well eat well and see some shows. I had 2 nice dinners. The first was at Gordon Ramsay Steak and the second… Continue reading Las Vegas
Next weekend begins my summer travel season. This season will involve trips to Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Southern California for cheer meetings, along with a wedding and my first trip to London. It may also include trips to Destin, Austin, and New Orleans to visit friends, and a trip to Kansas City… Continue reading Summer Travel Season
This year started with a quick workshop in Vegas. It was much more work than play, but still had a night of play and a ride on a really big Ferris wheel.
I went to Vegas for JAMZ. I didn’t see much more than the Orleans except for riding from and to the airport.
Sean and I spent an hour at Hoover Dam on the way back from Vegas.