Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Bucket List

I'm dreaming of a cherry on top kind of a Summer. You know what I mean? With lots of activities to keep me sane. While we were driving back from a trip, the roommates and I decided to come up with a list of 50 things to do this summer. A list that we want to do before we die going back to school and winter again. We now have something to look forward to do and not be bored this summer. As you can tell, we still don't have all 50 things as you can plainly see. Help us get there by leaving a comment and telling us what other things we can do.

But first off, I am lucky enough to have my niece over tonight to have a slumber party with me. We're enjoy watching Tangled and eating popcorn. We also painted her fingernails and toenails. It's so fun to have her in town.

Now back to the list.

1. Las Vegas (for Andi's 21st B-day)
2. Bonfire
3. Lava Hot Springs (float the river)
4. Camp
5. Bear Lake
6. Sleep on the balcony
7. Concert
8. Boyfriends (ha!)
9. Real game
10. Mocktail party
11. Bee's game
12. Rodeo
13. Carnival
14. Demolition Derby
15. Run through the sprinkler
16. Festival of Colors (oops... missed that one)
17. Side walk chalk
18. Photo shoot
19. pool/soak up the sun
20. 4 wheeling
21. Sand dunes
22. St. George
23. Hike Stewart Falls
24. 5K in June
25. Bike rides

2 comments:

Chris and Paige Evans said...

bike the Provo River trail

hike to Timp Cave

hike Mt Timpanogas

Hike up to Ensign Peak in SLC

Visit East High in SLC and re-enact High School Musical

Have fun doing all these things - great idea to make summer the best it can be!!

shelley McKown said...

ok, how about read a book have you read Hunger Games and then the 2nd in the series is Catching Fire and the final book is Mockingjay You gotta read them. They are already casting for a movie, can't wait for that. How about make a new recipe or a full scale sit down dinner for family or friends. How about make a rockin to the 60's CD. You'll never want to listen to anything else. Whatever you do this summer have fun with it. Shelley Mckown