A trip Home

A Trip Home

Doritos and mints by my side, I slid into my car with a full tank of fuel and a full heart, I hit the gas and headed for home. Now, I'm the kind of gal who always needs some music playing, so I had created a playlist (or should I say SLAY-list?) to help the two and a half hours go a bit quicker.
I'm also the kind of gal who doesn't like to spend large amounts of time by myself, so even this short time in the car, all alone felt like an age. But after a long drive of belting out Adele's 'Hello' and seat jiving to San Cisco's 'Too much time together' (Check them out if you haven't already, they're good tunes. And if you're looking for other cool song to listen to on a drive then follow my 'cruisin songs' playlist on spotify, ariah.holmes) I finally made it. 

The next day I was woken at 6am by a small Rylie (my younger sister) catapulting herself onto my bed in. Not long after that one of my other sister's, Iliana, came and joined us for a big sister snuggle (the best way to start your morning, in my opinion.) We shared songs with each other talked about life. I made everyone coffees on our little coffee machine and taught Rylie how to pour a babychino.

In the afternoon I went 'round to my friend Emma's house and made a bunch of cocktails in preparation for her upcoming 21st party. It was so much fun, and we found a few that we actually really liked. We danced to K-pop and watched 'Kingsman' and talked and laughed. All in all, a good night.

I find visiting home to be a very relaxing and recuperating experience. Even if I can't do it very often, I love being home and being with my family.

I hope you're all well  and loving your families.


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