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Summer Bucket List – What’s Left?

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty appalled by the fact that summer is already halfway through. For me, summer always goes by too fast, and oftentimes I begrudgingly transition into fall feeling like I missed out on summer’s awesomeness. Even though this summer is flying by, especially with a newborn in the house, I’m determined to squeeze all the bug juice I can get out of summertime. To make sure I don’t miss out on anything, I made a summer bucket list. Many of these items I’ve already checked off, and many I am still looking forward to. What sort of things are on your summer bucket list this year?

The Summer Bucket List

  • Fly a Kite
  • Go to the Ocean
  • Visit the Zoo
  • See a Concert
  • Have a Picnic
  • Go for a Trail Run
  • Pick Blackberries
  • Play in the Truckee River
  • Drink Iced Tea from Mason Jars
  • Watch Some Fireworks
  • Go to Lake Tahoe
  • Roast Marshmallows
  • Eat Dinner Al Fresco
  • Make Ice Cream
  • Read a Good Book
  • Ride a Train
  • Dance Wildly at a Summer Wedding
  • Go Without Makeup
  • Jump Into the Water
  • Visit a Petting Zoo
  • Go Hiking
  • Make Sangria
  • Visit an Art Exhibit
  • Turn Off the Computer
  • Plant Something New
  • Snuggle around the Fire Pit
  • Buy Produce from the Farmer’s Market
  • Have a BBQ with Friends
  • Play at the Park
  • Have a Water Gun Fight
  • Host a Wine Night with my Girlfriends
  • Write a Letter
  • Wear Bright Nail Polish
  • Play in the Sprinklers Barefoot

(P.S. for those of you who clicked on the Bug Juice link…did you love the 90’s nostalgia or did you LOVE the 90’s nostalgia?)

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About Gemma Hartley

Gemma Hartley
Gemma Hartley is a stay-at-home mom of two: her wild-boy toddler, Lucas and newborn daughter, Avery. Gemma and her husband are high school sweethearts who moved from Dayton to attend UNR, and soon fell in love with Reno – settling into a cozy house in the Northwest shortly after they were married. In 2010, at 22-years-old, Gemma graduated from UNR with her BA in English Writing, then gave birth to Lucas the next week. Gemma loves being a young mama, especially in Reno where she has plenty of opportunities to explore and play outdoors with her babies. She also loves cooking (especially baking), running (slowly), and crafting (sporadically). You can read more about Gemma and her family’s adventures on her blog Journey of Love.

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