Between having an infant, job hunting, and moving; this summer has flown by. Fall is my favorite season, so after the Fourth of July, I usually crave fall. Instead, this year I'm savoring what's left of summer.
Larry and I had a list of things we hoped to do this summer (do you make lists like that?). The past few weeks we've been busy trying to check some things off the list.
So here are a few ways we've been savoring the end of summer (some from the list and some pleasantly unexpected).
Riding the rides at Liberty Park
Visiting the farmers market (weird that I only took a picture of the boys at the farmers market, but I guess I was busy buying and eating delicious things)
A few of our plans for the summer have been foiled (no camping at Payson Lake due to aggressive bears in the area, no Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City due to lack of babysitters and time off), but that just gives us something to look forward to in summers to come, right? Truthfully, I like to have my summer to-do list a bit too long to actually accomplish because I wouldn't want to run out of things to choose from whenever we have a spare moment.
Now my mind is spinning with possibilities for next summer's list and ways we might cross a few more things off our list this summer.