Summer Vacation

March 23rd, 2009

Summer is coming up so fast and so is Summer Vacation! The last day of school is May 29th.

It feels like this year has gone by really fast. I can’t believe it’s already almost April! I am excited for the school year to be over, but I love going to school and learning.

Also, my family is planning to put the house up for sale in the summer, and that means that I won’t see my friends if we move. My friends were really sad when I told them. But I promised to stay in touch and that we will always text each other.

But with this economic struggle we might not sell our house anytime soon.

I plan on being with my family and friends in the summer. We are going to start a garden so that would be fun. I love to garden, and we had a garden last year, but we tilled it up. When we did have one, we had tons of vegetables and fruit. The two foods we had the most of were cucumbers and tomatoes.

We also might go to Sea World or something like that. I love roller coasters! I like that feeling you get when the ride is about to start. It’s like you’re really nervous but also really excited at the same time!

I will read lots of books, too! I plan to read the Twilight series again, some Chicken Soup books, and more vampire books! I’m also going to re-read the last two Harry Potter books.

I’m going to continue doing sewing projects, too! I wrote about that in another article, Sewing.

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2 Responses to “Summer Vacation”

  1. duggy |


    Enjoy growing up. It is in my opinion the best time in life. You will gain memories that will sustain you in your adult life when all else seems to fail. The biggest problem I believe is that childhood is just too short. Of course at this time in your life you won’t see it as such. I’m seventy years old and have utterly seen the world but have never matched the wonders I saw as a child.

    By all means continue to read as much as you can. The ability to read was one of my greatest achievements. My mother taught me to read and write before I entered public education. Just one of many great gifts that she gave my brother and myself.

    Don’t be afraid to exercise your imagination. It’s a normal part of growing up. During my youth there was hardly any television. Radio was the great American medium. Radio shows such as The Lone Ranger were all dialog and depended on your imagination to complete the picture. Believe me, it worked very well indeed.

    If you’re interested you can read about my childhood. I started a blog at the request of my children. It’s devoted to my life from about six years of age until now. It’s an on going project. Sometimes I feel like working on it, other times I don’t.

  2. Tom |

    Larry, thanks for a nice comment and some great advice, not just for younger folks but for all of us. No matter how old we are, we can all benefit from reading, exercising our imaginations, and keeping our minds active and creative.

    We’re happy to have you as a friend here at Opinion Forum. I’ve visited your blog a number of times, and it’s on our blogroll. I’d also recommend it to other readers.

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