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Three months we’ve been dating. That’s a milestone nowadays. Within those three months, we had already gone thru a lot of milestone moments all couples should ‘survive’ thru to see if this thing is really going to work. The one thing we had not done yet was, take a vacation with plane travel. That’s a big step for me. Many short-lived relationships in the past did not survive this test. I”m not exactly the most pleasant person on days of plane travel. The whole process of it, wondering if my bag is over 50lbs, is the security line going to be crazy, will there be a delay, who is going to sit next to me, please not the guy that can’t stop coughing, please not the parents that let their kids play iPad games at full volume no headphones, etc etc. The whole thing just gives me anxiety lol. I get thru it by making extra effort to keep a positive attitude and loud music thru my airpods.
So, this was going to be a big milestone. And I’m happy to say that we more than survived, it brought us closer together! Our first 4 hour plane ride!
The purpose of this trip was purely for vacation. We had both looked at our calendars and realized that this weekend was going to be our only wedding-free weekend for the next 5 months or so. And, it had been over a decade since I had seen snow, so we were hoping that we’d get some snow action. And did we!! Just hours before our plane landed, a big snowstorm had passed by Denver, leaving the city covered. We had landed in the evening and could not wait for the morning to see all the white snow. It did not disappoint, and neither did Denver as a city. I absolutely loved it, so many local breweries and restaurants, live music, etc. We had such a blast.
Enjoy our visual Denver story thru a mix of iPhone and camera pics.