I don’t know if you know this, but summer is gone. With that being said, I think it’s finally time to close out the rest of the posts about the Summer Fun Bucket Book. I hate getting behind in posting because that means I only skim over each event. That’s probably something which you readers are grateful for. So, here’s some more of what happened in the Summer of 2010:
A few of us went to see an outdoor movie at the State Capitol. A bigger group of us also went again a few weeks later. (The next time I try to take a self portrait, will somebody please stop me? Thank you in advance.)
Last Thanksgiving I bought a boating trip with the Bishop at our ward service auction. We finally got out and took advantage of a beautiful August day. The trip got off to a rough start when not five minutes after we got the boat on the lake a wakeboard (still zipped in its case) flew up and hit the Bishop’s daughter and split her head open. We sat on the lake for awhile while Sister Crosland drove up to get her. After hundreds of stitches, she was good as new. As for the rest of us, we had a good time just hanging out on the water.
Maybe Chad is right. Maybe I do need to lose a little bit of weight.
There was a group of guys from a fitness club that were flipping this giant tractor tire down the entire parade route. We were near the end and they looked pretty tired, so I offered to help. “Sure guys, no problem, I’ll help you.”
We took a trip to the State Fair. Mostly so I could eat another funnel cake. Mmmmm, funnel cake.
Checkmarks for the Summer Fun Bucket Book: Outdoor movie; boating