Why yes, I am.
Just kidding. We decided yesterday evening that we didn’t actually feel like cooking, so we went to Puccini’s. I love nights out with Jason. I also love Puccini’s.
I realized last week that there are only three Saturdays left in the summer (well, technically there are four, but I will be in Utah on the fourth Saturday). We never made a list of summer goals, so here is my last-minute compendium of Things We Should Do Before Summer Is Over.
1. Go canoeing. Jason already did this on his High Adventure adventure, but I want to go.
2. Go to the farmer’s market.
3. Pick fruit at an orchard (though this may be a better fall activity).
4. Play tennis.
5. Run one more race (if the ankle decides to stop being a pansy).
6. Buy tickets to the BYU vs. Ole Miss football game.
7. Eat a s’more (or two).
I think that’s all. We’ve already had a wonderful and full–albeit different than expected–summer. When Roni and I were juniors-soon-to-be-seniors in high school, we bemoaned that 2005 was our “LAST REAL SUMMER” (yeah, we weren’t dramatic at all). Since Jason is quickly approaching the end of his grad school career, I feel like this was kind of his last real summer. Wow.