Vegas Bitchachas! 

“This is the true story… of twenty three strangers… picked to live in a house… and have their lives Instagramed… to find out what happens… when people stop being polite… and start getting real…The Real World.” 😂 


It’s not often you meet people who just get you. It’s even more rare to plan a weekend to meet these people face to face based on trust and the internet. And then to have us all get along so perfectly? I just can’t even believe it, let alone truly explain how amazing it was. Like- mind blown. Gratitude is one of the first words that comes to mind. It’s a crazy feeling- like my heart grew several sizes this weekend. But I also feel like I left a piece of my heart with each mama and now it’s spread across the US. ❤️

Twenty two of my fellow Kick Ass Cancer Mamas met up in Las Vegas to celebrate life together, smile, cry, laugh, and honor those who are no longer with us. I never imagined that I could bond with people from the interwebs so quickly and whole heartedly. It was such a trip to walk in to a massive house and see familiar faces- some attached to much shorter bodies than I had imagined- and feel the instant connection. And, holy moly was I thankful they weren’t a bunch of nutbags. Because that could have gotten weird. Seriously, how do you not have one cuckoo bird with that many ladies? Wait…. was it was me 😳 

I had planned on a fun weekend getaway, a spa day, great food, pool time- but it was so much more. I have been blessed with life long friendships and support from some of the only people who actually get it.  And somehow, even with all of our situations and lots of C talk, I felt the most normal (whatever the heck that actually means) than I have in a super long time. 

This amazing adventure was flawless- thanks to dedicated and crazy organized ladies, committed mamas, supportive spouses, super generous donors, trust and love. I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to fully express how thankful I am for this opportunity. 

I knew right away, when I was added to the Kick Ass Facebook group, that I had found my people. Being able to squeeze a bunch of them in real life is such an added bonus. For ever and always, these are my mamas. 

And for those who couldn’t make this trip- let’s do it again! 

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5 thoughts on “Vegas Bitchachas! 

  1. This is just so awesome! Living in the age of the internet really does create incredible opportunities to connect with people who understand us from all over the world. So glad you all got along great and had a wonderful time!

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  2. It really did my heart good to hear you describe what a wonderful experience this was for you. How great for you to hang out and share with people who truly understand what you’re going through. Good for all of you!!!!💖👍. You all are bad ass mamas

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