At the Vegas Gives event, co-sponsored by Vegas magazine, with Janet LaFevre, senior marketing manager for the Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo and the Fashion Show mall.
Long days, short years.
Self-help author Gretchen Rubin’s sentiment comes to mind every year as the holidays approach. We stretch every day, endeavoring to spend more time with family, visit more friends, conduct new business, and support community needs as the festive season turns up its tenor as we glide toward a new year tethering our heightened expectations to it.
Then one day, many years into this perfected regime, we catch ourselves reflecting in a moment. “Was that really 10 years ago?” Long days. Short years.
What do the winter months mean to you as you flow toward this season? Looking forward, will you slow down and quietly reflect on the many moments over the year now gone as a new calendar emerges on the horizon? Or will you instead be captured by the rapture of finishing out 2015 with the increased pace, the loud holiday cheer, and fireworks? Happy New Year 2016!
At the Grant A Gift Autism Foundation event with founder and CEO Lynda Tache and her son Grant.
Winter in Las Vegas offers something special for everyone, resident and visitor alike. You haven’t lived until you have rung in the new year in Las Vegas. Come be a part of what is singularly Las Vegas but is only manifested by the people traveling from every place in the world to take part. And while Las Vegas is best in class for entertainment and luxury, the city consistently dedicates these talents to building our community. The annual Vegas Gives event and Grant A Gift Autism Foundation dinner recently raised needed awareness and funds.
As you contemplate your coming days this winter season, plan a trip to Las Vegas, or a longer walk in the neighborhood if you live in our magical city. It’s worth the moments you will create, and these will be the moments to remember.