Summer 2013 Bucket List

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  We have finalized our summer list. Tomorrow is the first day that we can start working on crossing things off.  September 6th will be the last day to finish anything on the list. We are hoping to accomplish everything but in reality we probably won’t. Still we think it is fun to discuss what to put on the list and then to mark things off. I am planning on updating a couple of times this summer what we get done. So whether you are cheering us on or you enjoy seeing what we don’t actually do here is the list of 150.

SUMMER 2013

  1. Memorize Psalm 119:1-5
  2. Daisy Chain
  3. Catch bugs
  4. Build a fort indoors
  5. Write a book
  6. Invent something
  7. Kids make dinner
  8. Memorize Psalm 119:6-10
  9. Paper airplanes
  10. Play Settlers of Catan
  11. Shadow puppets
  12. Flubber
  13. Canasta
  14. Memorize Psalm 119:11-15
  15. Press flowers
  16. Bad mitten
  17. Origami
  18. Basketball
  19. Thumb Print Art
  20. Smore’s
  21. Family movie night
  22. Memorize Psalm 119:16-20
  23. VBS
  24. Soccer
  25. Snipe hunt
  26. Sword drill
  27. Swimming
  28. Pick strawberries
  29. Memorize Psalm 119:21-25
  30. Make strawberry Jam
  31. Library reading program
  32. Fishing
  33. Zoo
  34. Make Popsicles
  35. Sparklers
  36. Memorize Psalm 119:26-30
  37. 4th of July Parade
  38. Beach
  39. Portland Children’s Museum
  40. Picnic in Park
  41. Can green beans
  42. Marion County Fair
  43. Memorize Psalm 119:31-35
  44. Solar Cooker
  45. Creek Walk
  46. Camp in Back yard
  47. Monopoly
  48. Freeze Corn
  49. Banana Grams
  50. Memorize Psalm 119:36-40
  51. Pick Raspberries
  52. Play dough
  53. Hike
  54. Bike Ride
  55. Fondue
  56. Bowling
  57. Memorize Psalm 119:41-45
  58. Make cookies
  59. Pick Blueberries
  60. Make Christmas ornament
  61. Collages
  62. Bubbles
  63. Pick Apples
  64. Memorize Psalm 119:46-50
  65. New School Schedule
  66. Paper Mache
  67. Pick Blackberries
  68. Star Gazing
  69. Lego Creations
  70. Paint
  71. Memorize Psalm 119:51-55
  72. Water War
  73. Can pickles
  74. Make Ice Cream
  75. Spa Day
  76. Sew Something
  77. Invent a game
  78. Memorize Psalm 119:56-60
  79. Nature Walk
  80. Write a Letter
  81. Baseball
  82. Deep Clean House
  83. Scrapbook Day
  84. Read Johnny Tremain
  85. Memorize Psalm 119:61-65
  86. Play tourist in Albany
  87. Tea Party
  88. Have Lilly over
  89. Recover Notebooks
  90. Green Smoothies
  91. Baking Soda/Vinegar Volcanoes
  92. Memorize Psalm 119:66-70
  93. Fudgesicles
  94. Camping
  95. Make Salsa
  96. Volleyball
  97. TV free week
  98. Leap Frog
  99. Memorize Psalm 119:71-75
  100. Sundial
  101. Boil water in leaf
  102. Hobo stew
  103. Cool Pool
  104. Potluck
  105. Scavenger Hunt
  106. Homemade glow in the dark bottle
  107. Memorize Psalm 119:76-80
  108. Nerf war
  109. Elephant Ears
  110. Family Picture
  111. Plant Garden
  112. Make yogurt
  113. Chocolate Play Dough
  114. Memorize Psalm 119:81-85
  115. Read Stuart Little
  116. Potty Train Lydia
  117. Kids make a movie
  118. Read Wind in the Willows
  119. Create a Memory Pottery
  120. Memorize 50 States and Capitals
  121. Visit Huttingas
  122. Memorize Psalm 119:86-90
  123. Linn County Fair
  124. Bible Trivia Game
  125. Garage Saling
  126. Read Grandmas Attic
  127. Sidewalk chalk art
  128. Watch clouds
  129. Have Leah over
  130. Wash Van
  131. Memorize Psalm 119:91-95
  132. Eat Watermelon
  133. Try a new Veggie
  134. Grow herbs
  135. Dry flowers
  136. Bird watch
  137. Make Ketchup
  138. Memorize Psalm 119:96-100
  139. Enchanted Forest
  140. Make Cards
  141. Marshmallow war
  142. Make toothpaste
  143. Fruit soup
  144. Run 3 Miles
  145. Cartwheels
  146. Weed free flower beds
  147. Picture of Garden
  148. Ooblec
  149. Parachute
  150. Hula Hoop
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One Response to Summer 2013 Bucket List

  1. Larissa says:

    I LOVE it! I know I have seen you do at least 2 of those things. I am cheering you and your beautiful family on. This is a great tradition. My husband is so busy during summer (teen stuff- retreats, mission trips, pastor conferences) that if I let it- I can get depressed too easily thinking of all the stuff we can/should be doing- especially all by myself. You help inspire me. :-)

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