#26

4/19/18

11:00 am
Helser’s on Alberta

Each trip I take, I think to myself, “Will this be my last?”
If so, I’m grateful for my years of freedom, for exploring, for my health and financial stability to allow me to come and go on this specific trip. Someday it will all be gone and even more sudden, it could all be taken away.

Today I turn 26 and as I sit here in a cafe waiting for the special I ordered and listening to The Supremes come in through the speakers, I thank God for my 26 years of life and the privilege of being a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter, and the most rewarding of them all, being an aunt.

I’m a few months away from taking on a new role as a wife and my life and my freedom as a single woman will change. Everything will change.
Maybe this will be my last trip as a single woman but maybe not my last trip period.

– Rocio A. Vargas

4 thoughts on “#26

  1. Yes. Everything will change, but remember, not all change is bad. You two love each other and I don’t need to have met you in order to see that. From the pictures, from what you say about him. It’s a beautiful portrait altogether. Now, you’re gaining a travel partner, someone who’ll lead you into a holiday experience you may never have had before. I am happy that you’ve chosen someone in the Lord and Jehovah will bless this arrangement. All I ask is that you share some of the wedding photos with us. I would love to see what a beautiful bride you’ll be. 🙂

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