it’s back

Take it in folks – the long weekend in May has come and gone and that means summer is coming! In celebration of this joyous occasion and back by popular demand is my 100 days of summer to-do wish list! The rules are simple and I welcome all of you to join in with your own list – it started this weekend and ends on September 30. Get what you can get done because summer is here for a short time so it is best to make it a good time.

(You can see last year’s list here and the results here)

I am not going to lie – it’s hard to get them all done, and because I didn’t finish all of them last year, I am going to pick up a few and try again. I am also adding some from my thirty-six before thirty-six (because I am not 36 yet) and a few completed repeats because they were awesome and worth doing again! Have fun and remember to wear sunscreen.

  1. swim in a lake*
  2. swim in the ocean
  3. swim in the Wallace River
  4. go in a sail boat*
  5. hike Cape Split*
  6. go strawberry picking*
  7. make strawberry jam
  8. watch an outdoor movie*
  9. play corn hole*
  10. play croquette
  11. play washer toss
  12. night swim*
  13. make smores and eat them*
  14. have a campfire and sing a campfire song
  15. roast veggie dogs over a campfire
  16. leave the province*
  17. accidentally get a sunburn*
  18. buy a rash guard
  19. train for a marathon
  20. sleep in a tent*
  21. go to Cyclone 5 times in one week*
  22. see Shakespeare by the Sea*
  23. ride a horse*
  24. mini golf*
  25. take David to Citadel Hill*
  26. fly a kite*
  27. bike over the MacDonald bridge with David*
  28. picnic at the ocean
  29. picnic at Public Gardens
  30. do a kart-wheel
  31. go the the Bicycle Thief
  32. clean my black car (mike told me to put this in)
  33. make iced coffee
  34. run laps (speed work) at least three times
  35. hill train once a week
  36. run in 5 races
  37. visit Taylor Head Provincial Park
  38. jump on a trampoline
  39. redecorate our bedroom
  40. plant a vegetable garden and enjoy its bounty
  41. plant basil and make pesto
  42. run the golf shore loop (again)
  43. make rhubarb pie
  44. host a women and whiskey night
  45. eat a banana split
  46. kayak down the river
  47. tube down the river
  48. play sandbar soccer
  49. eat on an outdoor patio
  50. drink on an outdoor patio
  51. hang out on the Halifax waterfront
  52. go to Shubie Park
  53. go to Point Pleasant Park
  54. drive in a convertible
  55. buy a summer dress
  56. wear summer dresses everyday for a week
  57. wear heels
  58. hear bag pipes
  59. watch a parade
  60. dance
  61. visit the new North End farmer’s market
  62. have a taco party
  63. run in a race
  64. go for a run and jump in the water right after
  65. bike to the skate park and watch David in the skate park (this was David’s request)
  66. watch fireworks
  67. watch 500 Days of Summer
  68. watch Dirty Dancing
  69. make a spiralized dinner (this)
  70. start and finish Jill’s bathroom makeover
  71. attend a party
  72. go to 2 movies
  73. make ice cream sandwiches
  74. finish my rug hooking pillow
  75. cheer on David’s first triathlon
  76. play hooky
  77. read a magazine outside
  78. read a non-fiction
  79. read a fiction
  80. eat from a food truck
  81. only use the clothesline
  82. try rock climbing
  83. buy new running sneakers
  84. visit a cottage
  85. drink beer from a cooler
  86. drink a road rocket. “kidding”.
  87. run across the bridge before they close it to pedestrians (June 29)
  88. ride the ferry
  89. get muddy
  90. get sandy
  91. ride a slip & slide
  92. ride a water slide
  93. visit magic mountain
  94. hike Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  95. get highlights
  96. go to a yard sale
  97. watch a sunset
  98. watch a sunrise
  99. declutter
  100. have David plan a prefect pre-first-day-of-big-school / end-of-summer-day

* 2014 not completed GreatSummer_6109

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  10. When we visit this summer I want to go to the ocean at night and have a camp fire. That might help you knock a few things off the list.

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