Summer. Where you live, summer might be arriving soon, or (if you’re in the southern hemisphere), a fleeting memory. But what signifies summer to you?
Sometimes when we think of summer, we think of water slides and sprinklers, of sunscreen and bathing suits, and even that universal feeling of dried sand between the toes…
For others, summer is the brilliance of the garden, or the chance to kick back and relax for a moment…
But for me, the classic middle-of-summer-birthday kid, summer isn’t just water and beaches and sunshine. It’s all about that moment at the end of the day, where you look back in wonder and awe, and think, “I want to do this all over again tomorrow!”.
Enjoy the moments of your summer.
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