Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Summer Loving

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway's contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question that begs to be answered. In the comments, you can hop from destination to destination and get everybody's unique take on the topic.

This Week's Topic:

How did you spend/how will you spend the summer after graduation?
I remember that as one of the longest summers ever. here our summer/end includes Chistmas and New Year so there's a lot happening. University starts about a month after school goes back so I had 4 extra summer weeks.
The first thing was farewell my best friend. She was off on exchange to Germany and I was pretty jealous and a bit sad. We'd been inseperable and I was going to have to negotiate all those weeks without her.
Luckily another friend and I grew closer so i had someone to go out with since legal age here is 18 (and I was almost 18...).
The best thing I did that summer happened near the end. I was actually getting over glandular fever that made me miss most of my final school year and staying up late didn't really happen well but this night I managed nearly 4am. My friend cornered two boys on the side of the road.
Being the nerd I am I was pretty sure they were serial killers but it turns out one of them... the one I didn't really notice at first... would be my husband.
Falling in love was the very best part of my summer!

What about you?


  1. Ahhhhh that's so amazing!!!!!!! Wow <3 I hope I'll have a story like that to tell someday.

    1. It's one i won't tell my kids til they're old enough not to do what i did! (am sure they'll find as much trouble though)

  2. Oh, fantastic! I'd love to hear more of the story! :)

    1. There's red cordial involved (the only drink my hubby-to-be had in the house. And there's the horrid odour of his twin brother's dreadlocks.

  3. That is such a cool story! What a great way to end the summer after graduation!

    Thank you for commenting on my blog. I'm sorry that I have responded until now. The rest of June kind of got away from me. I can't believe that it's July already!


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