David left yesterday morning to attend our daughter Lisa’s graduation in Las Vegas. She will be receiving her doctorate of physical therapy on Sunday. Eight relatives from Hawaii will be there, but not I. Unfortunately, my colitis flared up in April and has not dissipated. If it keeps up, I don’t think I will ever travel again.
David has video and still cameras, so all is not lost. When he returns to Hawaii on Monday, I will post photos he took with my Canon camera.
Meanwhile, here are some photos of our previous trip to Las Vegas in 1998 (click on the photos to enlarge them):
David and I, seventeen years ago:
Me at the slots:
David and I with chat room friends, who flew from San Francisco and New Jersey to meet us in Las Vegas. I am second from left:
David and chat room friends, playing Black Jack. He managed to lose almost $200 in cash:
David at the Hoover Dam:
So, all is not lost. I have already been to Las Vegas and know what it’s like. It’s too bad that I am too ill to see Lisa graduate. However, she will always be a success in my eyes. And always in my heart.
Blessings to you, Lisa.