71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 11: Get to it!

Today I realized that bike riding and bird watching might not be the most exciting reading…also, I’m thinking I need to step up the adventure quotient of my summer activities so I can look back on my summer with fond memories and NO regrets. The regret minimization life philosophy. I embrace it.
So look for upcoming fun like:
* more picture book submissions — one completed today, and my goal is to submit 10 more this summer. The more frogs I kiss, the sooner I’ll find my prince. And then I can start raking in the pennies! You can see my picture books and more at EKL Writes!
* adult sailing Sunday. I think I can… I think I can. And I’ll pick up some adult beverages for some liquid bravery! I truly enjoy sailing right until the boat gets past 14.2 degrees. Then the hyperventilating begins, so I’ll plan for my anxiety and push through it!
I can’t end my post today without a gratuitous scenic shot of the most beautiful bank of hydrangeas in the whole world. I shared this with my friend Kristin today during my 20-minute scenic golf art tour of the village. Enjoy!



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