Last year, I ended creating something known as the Summer Rewind Tag. This year, I’m going to do the same thing, without the tagging portion of it. Sometimes, it’s best to reflect at what you did over a span of time to give yourself a reality check of what’s going on! In no order, these are the three main things that occurred in the summer:
My family ended up traveling to the Philippines to attend a family reunion, which was a fun time. If you want to read my log about the vacation read this post here.
2. Interning at Summit Media.
Interning was one of the most demanding yet most fun experience ever! I’m not sure whether I will undergo another internship in my town (it’s all up to what my parents think) but it’s something that I surely won’t forget!
Through the entire course of the summer, my family ended up visiting several parks, both in town and in the Philippines! The photo above was taken by me, but the flowers were collected by my brother, who started a picking trend with my cousins.
This was my second year in attending my youth conference, where all of the youth in my state gather to learn more about my faith. I got to meet the new youth group leader there and hike up a mountain—sadly I couldn’t make it to the top since I was too slow!
Over the course of the summer my family has watched plenty of movies. The list is Avengers: Age of Ultron, Jurassic World, Minions, Inside Out, Ant-Man, and Mission Impossible, Rogue Nation! Who else has seen these movies?
Back in the month of May I also participated in the Summer Bucket List tag and I have completed all things on my list but three: complete a photo-a-day summer challenge, attend writer groups, and use my bike more… well, I half completed the last one. I used a scooter instead and you will see what that scooter looks like about the weekend after school begins.
Speaking of the end of summer, my family finally went back to the cardiologist on Monday and there is a way to get rid of my irregular heartbeat by a small procedure! The part that terrifies me is that there will be thin tubes entering my blood stream through my legs and neck and the ends of these tubes can heat up and kill cells. The fact that I will be sleeping the entire time only eases my nerves slightly.
Excuse me as my blog will be mostly silent for the rest of the week; my family will be out of the house visiting a place that I will blog about (I’m super excited to go there, yay) and unless you are afraid of the depths of ocean water, I bet you all will like! Don’t worry, it’s not that scary.
In the meantime, don’t hesitate to strike up a conversation with me in the comments! Talk to me about what you’re looking forward to in school (or dreading), what your favorite ice cream flavor is, even what is up on the ceiling; I’d love to hear from you all!