An Open Letter To The Person Who Needs A Great Summer
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An Open Letter To The Person Who Needs A Great Summer

"A list that will keep you moving, keep you adventurous, and keep memories flowing. Take this list and run with it!"

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An Open Letter To The Person Who Needs A Great Summer
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This Winter hit us all hard, the cold weather, the constant snow storms, and for some the seasonal depression. Recently, we have been lucky enough to have nice warm weather, sunny days, and ice cream shoppes opening back up.

For me, I just need something that will keep me busy throughout the summer besides my job. I want to be able to find myself again, I want to have fun and take crazy adventures while I can. So I created a summer to-do list, a list that will keep you moving, keep you adventurous, and keep memories flowing. Take this list and run with it!

To-Do List:

-go to a waterpark and spend all day there

-watch a movie at a drive-in theater

-visit a National Park, free days 8/25 & 9/30

-go through all your clothes and donate what you won't wear

-have a paintball fight with friends

-go to a bonfire party, or host one yourself

-make s'mores over a campfire

-attend a live music concert

-go white water rafting with a group of friends

-build a great sandcastle

-go hiking

-take a road trip and sleep in your car or camp, no hotels

-make dinner from items you purchase at the Farmers Market

-take a trip to the zoo

-spend the day at the lake swimming, boating, tubing, etc

-read that book you never got around to

-water balloon fight

-make the ultimate blanket fort

-fill a truck bed with blankets & pillows and go star gazing

-have a spa day out on the town or at home

-go to karaoke night at a bar

-visit your grandparents often

-create your own outdoors water game

-go to an art gallery

-make a time capsule

-pull an all nighter and watch the sun rise

-get ice cream from an ice cream truck

-go to the state fair

-make alcoholic popsicles

-spend the day thrift shopping with a $50 budget

-play in the sprinklers

-start a DIY project

-pick a place to volunteer

-catch a fish

-visit an out-of-town library

-have a picnic

-stay up late watching movies

-learn the Parent Trap handshake

-tie messages to balloons and let them go

-take a photo everyday

-redesign your room

-jump in a pool fully clothed

Do these things and it should keep you busy for a bit of time. Just remember, you won't have these summers forever, you won't be this young again, and you should use the time you have now to make memories that can last a long time. You can do this! Enjoy each moment!

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