When you think of your favorite childhood memories, how many of them take place in the summer?
Many of mine do.
I remember Friday evenings out on my family’s boat. My mom would pick up subs from Poppy’s (oh, how I miss our favorite sub shop!), and my brother and I would swim at the sand bars in the Susquehanna after dinner.
Our annual vacations to Ocean City with my paternal grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins will always be a sweet childhood memory of mine. We would all stay within walking distance of each other. One night during the week we’d get together for my grandmother’s peach dumplings, another evening would be a crab feast at our place, and everyday would be spent at the beach with my cousins.
It seems like you wait for the warmer, leisurely days of summer all year, doesn’t it?
It’s when you make time to slow down, to go outside, and to do more of what you love, with those you love.
The kids are out of school. Everyone takes breaks from their commitments and their work. This is the time when the grandkids come to visit.
How does your family celebrate the glory days of summer?
On the water in your family’s boat or kayak? At the beach? Splurging on ice cream cones? Roasting marshmallows around a campfire? At the pool? Learning to sail? Hiking your favorite trail? At family BBQs? The possibilities are endless.
How does your family soak in the sweet, sweet days of summertime?
So many of your fondest memories with loved ones take place in the summer and on vacation. You look forward to these days all year long.
Why not have photographs (with everyone in them) that tell the story of your family’s favorite summer moments?
Have all of the details recorded, so they don’t grow fuzzy over time.
Have the fun, love, and joy your family shares during the summer made into tangible memories that you can come back to and relive when the moments are long gone and your life looks totally different.
You can come to me in Rock Hall and Kent County, Maryland or I can come to you, wherever your favorite vacation spot is located – in the U.S. or beyond. I love to travel.
I've updated my client guide and all of my pricing for this summer.