Summer Bucket List

A couple weeks ago, I wrote down some of my thoughts on summer – some of the things I hope to experience before a chill sets into the air again and I’m back off to school. Today, I want to solidify my summer bucket list to ensure that despite my full-time job, I still live my summer to the fullest! Life’s good in the summer, and I don’t want to miss a thing. Here’s my summer to-do list!

  1. Have a picnic
  2. Go to the closest amusement park – July 20
  3. Spend a day at the beach
  4. Buy fresh produce at the local farmer’s market – July 4
  5. Take a hot yoga class – June 17
  6. Go for a motorcycle ride – June 29
  7. Attend a music festival – Montreal International Jazz Festival: June 25-July 4 (attended ~5 performances)
  8. Participate in Camp NaNoWriMo
  9. Throw a BBQ
  10. Practice my Spanish on BBC Languages
  11. Cook fresh lobster – July 10
  12. Take a cooking or a dancing class

Ooh I’m getting excited just writing it all down. So far this summer, I’ve already had so many amazing experiences: drinks at a live jazz club, long talks in an abandoned gazebo, reading on park benches, being showered by love by an outdoor tabby cat, poker nights with doors and windows wide open, fresh pie at midnight on an outdoor patio.. it’s been absolutely wonderful. I’ve been working hard, making friends, practicing my French (I speak exclusively French at work!) and enjoying the beautiful weather. I can’t wait to get the keys to my adorable new apartment and start making myself a home. So many exciting things to look forward to!

Tell me, what’s on your summer bucket list? Have you already had some amazing summer experiences? Let me know!

4 thoughts on “Summer Bucket List”

  1. My most fabulous experience so far this summer has been very simple: walking down a grass path in the sunlight leading a horse. I’ve been horsecrazy for as long as I can remember, and horse-deprived for almost as long. But now that I’m volunteering, I get to be with horses all the time. It’s been amazing.

    I still haven’t had a picnic yet! That must be remedied as soon as the rain – and the hail :P – stop!

    1. Oh my gosh that sounds absolutely amazing! I love horses too – I used to ride when I was younger but since then have only been a few times.. :( I would love to volunteer with them as you are, that’s an amazing opportunity. :)

      And yes, picnics are definitely in order my friend! I hope the hail (?!?) stops soon. :)

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