I cannot believe it, but the summer is sadly winding down. I recently invited a few friends of mine over and we had a whole day of what summer is really about: sunshine, being outside (of course in a pool) and making memories!
In 10 days I head back to my second home, Kent State, for the next four months, which is why I have decided to make the most of my time while still at home.
Most of my plans for the rest of the summer consist of spending a lot of time in my pool, but I also have plans to see as many of my friends from home as possible because I don’t get to see them often.
I am also planning on going up to Baltimore this weekend with one of my best friends, Jake, my sister, Payton and my mom to a peach festival! I do not really know what this peach festival entails… but I am hoping there will be some awesome peach cobblers and homemade ice cream!
It is so important for college students to have some relaxation time during the summer because we know as soon as we get back to school, it is time to hit the books again. I cannot even begin to think about the group projects that are ahead me this semester!
Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C. have so much to offer in the sweet summer time. I live so close to Annapolis, and go everyday, so I have decided in my final week at home, there is one thing in D.C. I want to do and one thing in Baltimore I want to do before I head back to Kent.
In D.C. I want to head down to Georgetown to shop and then grab dinner in Dupont Circle at my favorite restaurant called Mission. And in Baltimore I want to go with my mom to this awesome place my mom showed me on Instagram, Graffiti Alley.
Although I definitely enjoyed the majority of my summer in NYC , I could not ask for more for the end of my summer in Annapolis.
Now I am going to go jump into the pool in this heat wave!
2 thoughts on “Making The Most Of The End Of Summer”
Aw, Mission is right around the corner from my old office! While you’re there, check out THE CUTEST little shop next door, called Tabletop. I miss that one!
I will, for sure! 🙂