Summer Bucket List

Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy some fun without the stress of school assignments, homework and tests. We realize this summer is a bit different than most, but here are a few fun things you can do (while social distancing) before the back to school grind begins:

         1.      Go star gazing on a starry night.

         2.      Have a spa night with your friends and family.

         3.      Bake a new recipe you’ve never tried before.

         4.      Have a water balloon fight with your siblings or friends. 

         5.      Go on a bike ride somewhere you’ve never been before.

         6.      Have a sleepover with your besties! 

         7.      Start a Bible study and grow your relationship with God and your friends! 

         8.      Visit the zoo and see all the animals God created.

         9.      Go to the drive-in and see a new movie.

         10.     Make a fort inside your house and have a picnic dinner in it.

         11.     Try a brand-new hobby or sport.

          12.     Go on a late-night ice cream run. 

We hope you’ll try a few of these bucket list items. If you do, take a selfie and tag us @puredesigngirl or use the hashtag #puredesignbucketlist.  Enjoy the rest of your summer, ladies! 

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