One thing I had on my bucket list was to go to Las Vegas, Nevada. Many of my friends went to Las Vegas, Nevada, at least once a year, but I never joined them. I had young kids at home, and being a single mother, the kids always came first. Now that I’m older, and my children are out of the house, I’m finding I have more time and money to do things for myself. This year I treated myself to a trip to Las Vegas, Nevada. I made a reservation at one of the most popular hotels on the strip. It amazed me at all the yard signs they had along the strip. They had marijuana laws posted just like we post street signs. Mostly, what they read was no marijuana use in public. No smoking, of any kind, in public. I saw people who were using vape patents and smelled the marijuana, but you couldn’t openly smoke a marijuana cigarette in Las Vegas, Nevada. Inside the casinos, there were cigarette girls walk around with their trays. Instead of hearing them shouting cigars, cigarettes, etc., they were offering cigars, cigarettes, and saving accessories. I think Las Vegas, Nevada, was one of the coolest trips I had ever taken, but it was for more reasons than just because of the amazing amenities and the fun of gambling. Watching people make fools of themselves while using marijuana was just as much fun as watching people you know get drunk, while you’re the only sober one around them. I’m glad I went to Las Vegas, NE, but I’m not sure I would want to go.