Summer Bucket List Recap

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1. Have a game night

2. Visit a local used book shop. (Side
note: I need to go back because I didn’t have enough time to thoroughly
browse. Also, I discovered they had tons of old pictures upstairs that I
believe you can purchase. I find old pictures fascinating so I will
have to go back and look through them!)
3. Clean out my inbox by deleting emails and sorting.
4. Read 20 books (20/20)
5.  Go parasailing
6. Have a random acts of kindness day
7. Play messy twister
8. Sleep on a trampoline
9. Cook dinner with a group of friends (Well, I haven’t actually done this yet, but I am doing it on Thursday so that still counts… right?)
10. Go stargazing
11. Go to a local bakery that everyone raves about
12. Go to a local cookie shop that everyone also raves about
13. Go to a local custard place with L.K.
14. Visit a friend who works at a local ice cream place
15. Play tennis with K and D
16. Go on a long bikeride
17. Go to an outlet mall that isn’t too far away from me
18. Go to breakfast with L.K.
19. Host a link-up on my blog
20. Go thrift shopping
21. Get a s’mores blizzard from DQ (or five… I love those!)
22. Go mini golfing
23.Go to a concert
24. Pick berries
25. Water balloon fight 
26. Leave kind notes on someones car
27. Try sushi
28. Try a macaron
29. Go geocaching   
30. Learn calligraphy(I didn’t actually learn real calligraphy, but I learned how to fake it pretty well!)

So yes, I did not technically complete my bucket list. But I did more things off of it than I ever have on any other bucket list, so I am really happy about that! 27/30 isn’t bad at all! Plus, having a list of things to do helps me from getting bored during the summer or being unsure of what to do with friends.

I also ended up doing so much I didn’t expect to do this summer… so here is a list of things off the top of my head that I did that wasn’t on the list!

-held a baby kangaroo
-held a baby lemur
– sat on a roof and watched fireworks
– watched multiple sunsets
– played countless games of tennis
– went to Chicago

As you can tell, it was a very good summer! I am really sad that it is over for me, but I am also excited to begin senior year (hello shorter school days!) and experience all the fun things that will happen this year! 

What did you do this summer? Would you like to see a Senior Year Bucket List? (Because we all know I already made one… always making lists over here lol!) Tell me in the comments!

xo, Scarlett