Hawaii! What A Trip! The Beaches.

Well, I’m back from Hawaii. What a trip it was! Sadly, it wasn’t long enough, but when is it ever? There is just so much to share about this trip and the awesome things I did and things you should do for sure if you get a chance to go to Oahu!

I’ll start off with Waikiki and the beaches we went too. We stayed at the Grand Waikikian, part of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The grounds were stunning, felt like its own city. Waikiki is a gorgeous beach, though always crowded. Going in October made the crowds seem a bit smaller, but still always had people there nonetheless.

Hawaii
Hawaii

One day, we drove around the entire island. We were able to check out a few different beaches and views. The first stop was on the north shore – Keana Point. You wouldn’t swim here, but my god – the views.

Hawaii
Hawaii
Hawaii
Hawaii

Following that, we headed east and hit up some other great beaches. We were able to see kite surfing!

Hawaii

Next we went to Makapu’u Beach, one went went too a few times. Stunning.

Hawaii
Hawaii

And the last beach I’ll tell you about – we got to watch surfers. Sandy Beach Park.

Hawaii
Hawaii
Hawaii

So there you have it. The first of my Hawaii trip! I still have so much more to share about it, stay tuned!

Lonely Much?

Well, I’m back from Hawaii. And I still have so much to share with you about that. I even hiked a mountain since I came back home. But, the last week has brought a lot of change to my life.

Not sure you know, but my wedding was called off back in June, and it was supposed to be about two weeks ago now. I’ve gone through a lot emotionally in the past few months. I’ve ended it all – for real, and for what will be the last time. It’s just emotionally draining. It was what was right for me – I’m not doubting that at all –  I just am now realizing so many things.

First off, I’m lonely. I’ve realized I haven’t ate a meal at home with someone else in months. Kinda crazy to think about. I do have friends, don’t get me wrong, but they don’t live near here or have families of their own.

Second, I’m realizing all the shit that I never had done for me. I think I had dinner made for me 10 times. I always took the trash out. I always did the dishes. I always cleaned up after dinner – even though I always made dinner. And it makes me sad – sad that I let that happen to me. Sad that I pretty much was walked all over on. Maybe not that dramatic – but really, how hard is it to cook a girl dinner once in awhile?

So here I am. What’s next? I’d love to move. I want to move. I will move. Where? I’m thinking Boston.

Stay tuned, I’ll share all my travels soon.