Splendid Summer: Make it Count

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Early Summer

My husband commented last evening as we sat outside in the lovely dusk, “We’ve waited all year for this.” I don’t want it to slip away, do you? I didn’t think so.

I’m inviting myself to spend at least a short time each day of these 99 days of summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day) to engage in something that can only be done in the summer. Want to join me?

Some of my favorite summer activities easily fit around a work day like taking my basket of books (Basket Full of Holy Books)  outside in the morning instead of staying in my living room chair, enjoying dinner on the patio table instead of the dining room one, reading outside at lunch time, taking a short walk outside after sunset instead of hanging around the computer. Do any of those work for you?

Summer Breakfast

I hope to get some splashier summer events in like outdoor music, movies in the park, an afternoon at the beach, long bike ride (Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Summer) but this summer I’m focusing on the daily delights of my favorite season.

Outside Often!

Outside Often!

As a reminder, I will daily post on Facebook which day of summer it is…

Today is 4.

Make it Count.

Hope for the best,

Tish

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4 Responses to “Splendid Summer: Make it Count”


  1. 1 jan peterson June 16, 2014 at 3:47 PM

    great idea! looking forward to more…

  2. 3 Mary Nelson June 17, 2014 at 12:26 PM

    I am going to need reminders to enjoy the beauty of these 99 days. Our yard and lake and flowers just bid me to come out!! I must say yes more–thank you Tish!


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