How to create a weekend that’s carefree, charming and of good cheer.

How’s this for starters: a picnic and the beverage many revere – ice-cold beer.  In limited quantities, mind you – just enough to offer a toast, “here hear!”  If that’s not your cup of tea, why not look for razzle-dazzle in odd places; new faces, carefree jaunts that bring new gazes.

Remember now, our world is full of wonder; so don’t worry about a little rain – but mind the lightning and thunder.  Be your charming self; shoulders back, head held high – take a trip on a ride that brings a tear to your eye.  Try the taste of a wonderful new pie; that will certainly bring you good cheer. Then take one home to share with those so dear.

Take a bike ride, walk along the beach in low tide; let a sweet breeze be your guide –  place no limits on what you will abide in the name of pride; within reason of course.  Play a game that makes you cheer, wave your arms, jump up and down – scream and yell until you’re hoarse.

Of course you’ll want to celebrate and commemorate this date; take it to heart; and that’s smart, because now you’ll be chomping at the bit, waiting for the next weekend to start.

“I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today” ——William Allen White, American Journalist

Copyright (c) 2015. Roads, Paths & Trails, “Weekends, Wisdoms, Wonders”  #3. May 29, 2015.

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4 thoughts on “How to create a weekend that’s carefree, charming and of good cheer.

    1. Ad Dawg Post author

      It’s funny, Louise, I started out intending to write a rather formal piece, but after the second one, I knew it would have to in rhythm. Thanks so much for you nice comment and visit.

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