This Summer

Be excited and write a lot
Sing outside at night
Look at the stars 
Find pictures in the clouds
Imagine life without fruit, then quickly eat some so you don’t get too sad 

lay down in the rain

Swing high
Pick a bouquet of wild flowers and give them to your mom
Go swimming but don’t be attacked by geese
Go Exploring… Or act like you are
Eat something new

Watch the sunrise & sunset
Play a card game with your siblings late at night
Play with your animals
Read five new books
Tip-toe around the house & act like it’s the first time you’ve ever seen it 
Live life to it’s fullest
Try something new

Make memories with the special people in your life
Drink iced tea or coffee at least once, even if you don’t like it

Act like you’re a princess (or prince) masquerading as a servant so you can get the inside scoop of what’s going on at your castle, I mean house

All pictures on this post taken by Kay Davis
Only obey good advice
{Post inspired by my friend Natalya. And it was supposed to be short. Oh well, y’all.}

5 thoughts on “This Summer

  1. Ink in the Book says:

    I loved this! It was great advice. I'm off to try some iced coffee.(Don;t tell anyone I really like it) and I'm working on that “Read five new books” but that's the fun part about summer:)


  2. Hazel Ann says:

    But summers almost over for me 😉 The next three weeks are traveling…then boom. Back to school. It really stinks! I've already finsihed my sumer goals though. These were some great ideas.


  3. Natalya says:

    Wow. This is my favorite post of yours I think. I'm glad you liked the idea. It's a really good post (and Cowboy is so beautiful!) I really like it.

    Instead of five new books…how about one 1432 page book? Does that count? (I do have one more book planned after that though too. Make that 2 Like

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