FIVE Things I Love About Summer


1. No schedules. And what I really mean by that is no early mornings. Except this morning. When we had to wake up at 7am. For volleyball camp. Seriously, what the hell is the matter with me?

2. No homework. Because, let’s face it, the kids passed me mathematically two years ago. And the school year represents ten months of daily humiliation with the kids looking at me with pity in their eyes, resisting the urge to pat me on the head and say, “Poor Mama. Poor … stupid … Mama.”

3. Vacations. Sure, they make me a little anxious, but I love seeing new places … or favorite places … or just different places … with my family. Plus I like the break from the daily grind of laundry, bill paying, cat box changing, etc.

4. Late bedtimes. Where I can do something crazy like put a movie on with the kids at 10pm. (Ahem) And sometimes the running time is longer than two hours!

5. Getting together with friends. During the school year, I usually see my friends for things like PTA meetings and other school functions. But during the summer, it’s just for fun. We pick the hours, the place and, most importantly, the menu!


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6 responses to “FIVE Things I Love About Summer

  1. Great list. Really great list. And so true.

    I could probably add to it but on the flip-side. I can only imagine how my workload is going to double with a teenager at home ALL day now. Gosh, what I’d give just to sleep in!!

    Enjoy it!!! =)

  2. I’M SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO EXCITED FOR THE NO SCHEDULE THING, TOO!! AM I YELLING?!?! WHY AM I YELLING?!? I’M JUST SO EXCITED FOR NEXT WEEK! Hey! Perhaps we can schedule some coffee time phone dates!! HAHAHAHAH! I know, that was silly of me. The kids are home and can detect our “phone activity” immediately needing SOMETHING. ANYTHING. At that very moment. 🙂

    Great list!

  3. I no longer even fake the intention to do the summer math workbooks. The world needs people who can’t do math, too!

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