my summer bucket list


There is nothing quite like the summertime. And thankfully, I live in a place that has the best weather for it (though, I’m not really into this whole “June gloom” thing). I thought it would be fun to create a bucket list for the summer months of June and July, so I can enjoy it to its fullest, as well as be productive.Without further ado, here’s my list!

Summer 2013 Bucket List

1. Trip to Disneyland

2. Finish reading four books

3. Get my splits back

4. Camping

5. Malibu Beach

6. Try barre classes

7. Go on a walk every day

8. Repurpose our china cabinet

9. Find a new hiking place

10. Baseball game

11. Sign with an agent

12. Declutter our apartment and my computer

13. Sand and stain IKEA counter top

14. Kayaking

15. Make homemade ice cream

16. Use our deep fryer

17. Sign up for a new acting class

18. Spend time with friends

19. Bike rides

20. See at least one summer blockbuster

21. Spend time with family

22. Eat breakfast

23. Plant basil and parsley

24. Scour a flea market

25. Find a great Mexican restaurant (and margarita)

26. Take more photos with my DSLR

27. Finish my scrapbook

28. Meet new friends

29. Visit a new dog park

30. Hang out at a pool

31. Eat a snowcane

32. Mail letters/postcards

33. Bake a cake

34. Try a new recipe

35. Be outside as much as possible

Of course, I’m open to doing much more than what is just on this list. I’m excited for a trip we have planned back to Texas at the end of July, and maybe I’ll even get to fly to North Carolina to visit my sister!

What are some of your bucket list items for this summer? I’ll update periodically with the things I’ve accomplished!

-wonderland sam

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6 thoughts on “my summer bucket list

  1. I want to get splits for the first time ever. -_-
    Haha, I agree with Eat Breakfast! I’m not too much of a morning/breakfast person.
    Basil grows great and can really take off! Love basil.

    1. Courtney, I didn’t know you had a blog! I will have to read along now. πŸ™‚

      Thankfully I’m not as far away from my splits as I thought. But I’ve only ever been able to do the left and right splits…I think it’s physically impossible for me to do middle, haha. Breakfast is the hardest thing…I never feel well enough in the morning to have it. We bought the basil seeds forever ago and have yet to plant them, but I’m excited about growing our own herbs. πŸ™‚

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