Five Friday Favorites – Lovin’ Summer Dates

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“Summer lovin’ had me a blast

Summer lovin’ went by so fast.”

These are paraphrased lyrics from a popular song in the musical, Grease. And it’s the inspiration for today’s Friday Favorites.

The lazy days of Summer go by fast, which makes it all the more important to be intentional in having a blast together before the routine of Fall kicks in.

Today we share five favorite Lovin’ Summer Dates:

1. Sunrise – Get up early and watch the sunrise. If you’re able to afterward, go out to breakfast or make your favorite meal at home.

2. On the water – whether it’s floating on a raft down a river, body surfing on the ocean, renting a boat or floating in a swimming pool. Enjoy a date on the water. Pack a lunch, some drinks and make a memory together.

3. Walk-in’ in the rain – we have lots of afternoon storms that blow through. Take a walk under an umbrella, or leave the umbrella home and get soaked together. Hint: Make sure there is no lightning in the area.

Photo by Morgan Sessions on Unsplash

4. Make a low-country shrimp boil and dine outside at sunset.

5. Romantic Bucket List – Spend an evening making a list of your dream summer vacations. Watch travel videos of your top three. As a bonus plan a meal around your top favorite.

Photo by Glenn Parsens Peters on Unsplash

About Debi Walter

Face it, marriage is hard work. But when cultivated daily the fruit produced will satisfy for a lifetime. We're here to help with ideas and encouragement along the way. Having been married 36 years and counting, we share what we've learned with practical tips, Biblical Truths, Date night ideas to help you plow your own vineyard for God's glory.
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1 Response to Five Friday Favorites – Lovin’ Summer Dates

  1. This will be an endless summer
    for it’s likely to be my last,
    but it’s really not a bummer
    ’cause it’s better than any past.
    I’ve learned the value precious
    of each moment held in trust
    by the Saviour who has met us
    and through Whom we are stardust.
    I’ve learned that there’s no quid pro quo
    for love of the best sort,
    the kind that weathers every blow
    and bravely rides the waves to port.
    I shall step past this summer weather
    into the Sonshine of Forever.

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