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Photo Diary: Adventure 🚀 by NikkRich

 *NikkRich gets an idea. She changes her clothes and begins to get ready for an outing. Wondering if her friend, Ferriss Mason would be down she asks Ferriss a question*

NikkRich: "Lets go to Coachella ..."

Ferriss Mason: "Are you serious? I have to get my work done."

NikkRich: "Yea .. lets just go. You see I changed my shorts and put on my earrings."

Ferriss Mason: *Laughs* "You didn't shower though .. and well .. I have to get my work done first."

NR: *Looks down at attire.* "True I should probably take a shower, but we're going. We're going after you finish."

FM: *Bangs computer* "Why won't this website work?!"

NR: "Restart it."

FM: *Restarts computer* "Still not working."

NR: "Lets go."

FM: "Ok."

Mind you, we didn't have much knowledge of where we were going, who we were meeting up with, and how we were going to get to where we were going. It's hard for me to resist a good adventure. Thank God for the Cloud 9 community on top of the parking garage though, we probably wouldn't have made it back home.

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cheers.

The Get Away: Aruba by NikkRich

I get a phone call as I'm getting my mind and equipment set up to work after work. It's my father, he asks me if I want to go to Aruba, thinking nothing of it, I said "Yea, duh!" remembering back to a couple weeks ago when I said " I want to go to Aruba so bad!" He asked if I would want to leave on Saturday to go. It was Tuesday. A rush of built up emotion and gratitue to the Lord and a giant burst of "Yes!!" was all I could manage before I had to get off the phone. Any words said after that would have been inaudible, due to the fact of me bawling *insert crying emoji with rivers of tears*

I immediately forgot about the work I was about to dive into and packed up everything quickly as possible and made my way to my car. After all, I was still at work and the occasional co-worker would casually stroll by. Long story short, I cried the whole 20 minute drive home .... non-stop. 

What you put in, you get out.

I've never had a pleasant packing/airport experience like I had getting to Aruba. I first landed in Atlanta for a night, joined my family, then proceeded to Aruba the next morning.

*the heavens opened and Jesus said "welcome home"*

 

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NikkRich Photography © 2016
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this trip was well deserved and needed.

cheers.