My big boy broke his arm. He fell off the monkey bars
during the first week of summer.
While he is on the mend all I can think is...
there goes summer.
And just when I was starting to freak out at the thought of summer
with no running, riding, jumping, splashing, or climbing,
the nester kindly reminded me...
How many summers do you have?
And I want to be in it.
Not rushing, or list making, or thinking about what comes next,
but in it with these guys.
Goals for summer:
1. I want to teach them how to hide God's word in their heart.
That is eternal. It will never, ever leave them.
2. I want Jack to feel comfortable and confident in kindergarten.
That means we're practicing a little reading and writing each day.
With lots and lots of help and encouragement.
3. I want to have adventures and discover what it means
to live this abundant life in Christ together.
I needed a little summer inspiration.
That's where my (modified for a broken arm) bucket list comes in.
So, here's the summer adventure list that we created:
Just about all ideas are borrowed or stolen from here.
And I added a little scrappy summer bunting for fun...
because, can you ever have enough bunting?
No. The answer is no.
So, what's on your list this summer?