was it just me and my college roommates that used to belt out grease songs,
no karoake machine needed?
oh but we used to rock those grease songs, especially at wedding receptions.
throw in "i will survive" too, for good measure.
all i know is that two years ago, matt & i attempted summer lovin at a karoake night, and it was the most dreadful thing i have ever heard. (shockingly, even though matt was guilt tripped and coerced into singing, i was the more dreadful one this time around. let's just say the key was a little bit too high for me, and i sounded like a dying cat, not like olivia newton john.)
but i digress,
this post is not about old john travolta movies or large groups of twenty-something girls singing at wedding receptions, but about that glorious time of year:
and this cutie
will be rocking my world all summer.
(please note the fine lines and wrinkles accumulating on my aged face. i can't even start on the fact that i totally have a turkey neck happening and i'm not even 40.)
i'm going to hit pinterest later this week to hunt for some fun summer activities with the girls,
but any tried & true suggestions from anyone on creative, simple, age appropriate things i can do with these monkeys?
(my secret motive: m has three weeks of summer school in july, but i'm trying to incorporate some intentional activities to keep up m's speech, language and listening skills (but that obviously she just thinks are fun.) that doesn't mean you have to have a kid with hearing loss to have good ideas-i can use any summer activity to maintain her skills. ahem, you also don't have to be a parent- do you remember fun summer stuff you did as a kid that you think i should do?)
i'm all ears, my friends.
hit me up in the comment section!