This week’s Monday Listicles topic over at The Good Life is anything to do with summer.
I asked my highly amusing husband to write a funny list about what Irish summers are like but he didn’t have time, so all we got was:
1. The tricky thing about summer in Ireland is you can never tell what day it’s going to fall on.
2. Mark Twain said “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco,” because he’d never spent a summer in Ireland.
But then he had to go back to work or go empty the trash or something so I’m going to take over here and do a photo post about some of the cool stuff we did this summer.
PS: As I write this my washing machine is slowly flooding our mud room because it’s broken. It’s beeping at me but I’ve turned my Andrea Bocelli up loud enough so I can’t exactly hear it. Laundry is the bane of my existence and for now, I’m going to pretend it isn’t happening…
Some of the things we did this summer:
And then at the tail-end of a mostly idyllic summer, we started to bicker a little bit more than usual and Mommy ran out of ideas for crafts and had no more summertime tricks up her sleeve. And then we got sick of each other and thankfully everybody went back to school, and we’re all good now.
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