Summer Lovin’

Psst. Not to blow the roof off the joint or anything, but…it’s summer. I’ll wait for the hooting and hollering to subside……..

Alrighty, it may not LOOK like I’m jumping up and down on my exterior (my exterior is still finishing up inventory today), and even my interior is going through the strange let-down of the usual end-of-year blahs, but let me tell you, I’ll get over that quickly. I’m ecstatic to be able to stay home — no summer school for me this year — with the little one and enjoy a slower pace.

So, while I finish cleaning up at work, allow me to share with you some of our summer plans. I’ll be back to explain them (I know they seem self-explanatory, and most of them are, but you know me…I like to elaborate!) next week.Ā 

Until then, let me know — What are your plans for the summer? Will you be slaving away, or will you have a chance to take life a little slower? Traveling at all? Getting in touch with nature? Do tell!

3 thoughts on “Summer Lovin’”

  1. Whoa . . number 16 is ambitious – I'm impressed! I can't wait to hear more about it šŸ™‚

    Life is definitely slower in the summer – I'll be gardening, reading, swimming, and hitting the farmers' market too. I want to hear more about the fear of grass . .

  2. LOL Don't be TOO impressed. I've got 3 or 4 ideas I've been mulling, so it's just a matter of putting pen to paper. After that, who knows? Maybe nada. šŸ˜‰

    Slow is lovely! Sounds like you've got a wonderful summer up ahead. And I'll totally get into the fear of grass on Monday. (Hint, hint: It's my son's fear, not mine. Hee hee!)

  3. Megan,
    I can't wait to read about the fear of grass. I was scared of the grass as a baby. My mom used it as a babysitter of sorts, LOL. She would set a blanket down and I would not leave the blanket because I hated the feel of the grass.
    Crystal Keck

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