Summer is way too short (and comes in second place after autumn as a favorite season), so I knew if I didn't write down a few things we wanted to do, they may not happen. Thus, a list - a summer manifesto - was born.
How it's nearly August, I have no idea, but I do know that we can check a few of these off, and have a few more to go. We went camping and hiked in the Whites during our vacation, and watched a Mets game with our families on a Sunday not long ago. There are movies on the pier once a week, and Lincoln Center just started its incredible Out of Doors series, with free concerts almost every day for three weeks. Elephant's Trunk is this huge flea market in Connecticut that I went to a few times growing up, and Josh and I really want to check it out with my parents sometime soon.
My main goal was to keep this list manageable. I could have written lots of other ideas, but by keeping this list short and sweet, we can actually accomplish everything.
Here's to soaking up the rest of summer, and taking advantage of the warm weather and being outside as much as possible.