Happy National Shrimp Day all!
As a New Englander who loves seafood, this is the perfect intro to a crazy holiday…as well as summer! Here’s to creating bucket lists, going to the beach, and sipping those yummy Pinā Coladas’ and Daiquiris! As for me, I have created the ultimate Summer Bucket List which has me busy all summer long!
- Go to a Bonfire Party
As most of you know, I’m a huge fan of Rock and Roll music AND parties. The king of partying, Andrew W.K., may have me beat by a few years and even more venues, but that won’t stop me from attending a bonfire! Better get those matches, s’mores and that whiskey…(What happens at bonfires stays at the bonfire.)
2. Go Paint-Balling
OK, this one I might actually have trouble finding friends that actually want to join in, but I have never actually gone and I do think it would be great outdoor summer activity–minus the possible welts and bruises on my legs!
3. Take Some Really Great Landscape Photos
There’s a kind of rush you get from taking a great photo. Maybe it’s the fact that you stood there to document it, or that the view of the sky that day is seared your brain forever. The beach and forests are my favor clouds or not, the ‘scapes deserve to be captured on camera!
4. Learn a Bit of a New Language
Since I won’t be able to go international during summer break, and I’ll probably be taking some summer classes, I thought I’d learn and pursue something strictly because I wanted to. I’ve been working on my French, but I really have always wanted to be able to speak Arabic. Learning some basics on my own time might be a great way to pass some time!
5. Write/ tell a story worth remembering.
I’ve got my blog I’ve started, and I’ll keep working at it, but there’s always stories that need to be told. I want to find something great to tell the world. Maybe an expose, or somethings simple that has turned into a complicated one. Let me know if you’ve got ideas, or if there’s a story you think is worth telling!
Whether it be dancing in the middle of nowhere, or hiking to the summit of a cliff, or floating around in the Atlantic with a giant grin on my face, I want to make this summer amazing. I’m a big fan of the unforgettable- so here’s to making the Summer the best that we can.
C’est la vie!