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While I was in WF letting the kids
Another thing I want to do this summer is kayak. Since I've done well with learning to overcome my fear of lakes, I feel pretty confident that even if I tipped my kayak I wouldn't panic in such a way that would make me seem like an epileptic krumping in the middle of Lake Huron. Also, since I've lost 105 pounds, I feel I'm less inclined to get wedged
Summer List #3 is one people have been trying to sell me on for years. #3. Go camping. Every year our church goes on a weekend camping trip. It's a ton of fun
(True Story: In tenth grade I went to Interlochen Arts Camp for two weeks. This is a camp to which you have to be accepted via vocal audition (well, for the choir part), and it's kind of a big deal
So this summer we are signed up for the camping trip. I will go, and also go. Because I'm also currently skipping my iron.
Summer List #4. Have a girly get together (probably in a restaurant because I'm not driven enough to host a soiree) with tons of friends mainly so I can wear heels. You are all invited. (But this can't turn into Project X, so be rational people.)
This list is neither exhaustive or conclusive. I was going to post a well thought out, complete list, but then I went to the gym where I watched both TMZ and Extra, and now I'm a bit blindsided that Kristen cheated on Rob. Whaaaaa? Now it's like I can't even focus. So, yeah, cheating ruins it for everyone.
What's on your summer list? Help me out, because obviously Kristen made some bad decisions without even factoring in my To-Do List, and now I'm just ... lost.
*The title = I'm not going to lie. I stole this joke. The whole Bucket List/picture of buckets thing. I stole it from Bo Reinhart, guitar player of my favorite band in the whole world, who I might stalk on Twitter even though I don't have a Twitter account and maybe just spent a lonely night looking up Twitter accounts and reading them like a housewife reads 50 Shades. Desperately.
P.S. This post probably has the most links in one post that link directly back to my own blog. Which is both awesome and self-indulgent. If you need an exit strategy ...