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What's your favourite summer memory? playing in the ocean with my twins - they are so much fun!
What are you doing this summer to make memories? chillaxin with my boys - even though the vacation in june was filled with family drama - I loved loved loved watching them play and relaxing on the beach.
Hmm. I'm not sure I could pick a favorite summer. There's so many good summers Like swimming in my Aunt's pool or going to PEI on a family vacation and riding on my first ever roller coaster.
This summer I plan on going out as much as I can with Nevaeh. I want to take her horse back riding and to the beach LOTS. She's only this little once and her excitement to be with mommy isn't always going to be there so I'm going to enjoy it while I can.
Well, it was summer here when it happened but winter there... so it kind of fits?
At the end of year 10 I went on a trip to France with my school, we flew to Paris (via Thailand, we spent a day there) and drove in a bus down to Nice (and stopped off in Monaco and Italy just because we could).
It was a huge point of maturing for me, no way were my parents going to pay $5000 for me to gallivant around France for a month so I had to pay for it myself so I worked and saved money for 2 years to be able to go and I think that doing something so big without them was fantastic for me (we did have teachers there, but they gave us a very large amount of freedom). Sure, I did a lot of stupid things in France, I was 15-16 after all (also had my 16th birthday there) but I learned a lot from it.