Wednesday Wind up.... with a difference

The bank holiday is behind us, and we are fast approaching the next break from school. I'm not doing a proper Wind Up because not a lot has happened since last week, but I wanted to share with you something that the Princess made me make.
My daughter takes after me (a lot) and when we browsed Pinterest and really enjoyed some of the summer activity lists we saw, She went off to her bedroom and brought me one she had written. My daughter has dyslexic tendancies and spelling is a big issue for her, so any writing she does is special. I love it, but She wanted it to be smart and readable and to be Pretty (because what is life for, if not to be Pretty?)
So I tweaked it, and fluffed it, and here it is. A beautiful PDF that you can use as well.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5BYpKO-OK3cQ09kOW5FdElCMlU/view?usp=sharing

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  1. that looks like a fun list x

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  2. Huge thanks to you and the Princess. I'm going to show this to S when she comes home from school today.
    It's going to be an interesting summer at your house!
    Lisa x

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    1. And if She plans it, you know it will happen. Or else.

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  3. What a lovely list - plus I've now got my last week of term sorted out too! Judy.

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  4. I LOVE that, in fact I've got a good mind to print it off and tick off as many as I can myself. Who doesn't love ice cream floats or building sandcastles. Not sure about washing the car though, if the Princess really wants to do that there's one here which could do with a scrub. I'd love to learn some bird calls or create a new sandwich recipe.

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    1. I can do a hooting owl. It took me about 2 hours of experimenting. And I have printed off the list just for me and put it in my planner.
      As for washing the car, drop me the address and we'll be over. we wash cars for cake and a pot of good Yorkshire tea!

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  5. It's brilliant. She did really well.

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    1. Pinterest is wonderful. She wrote it, I made it pretty, we'll enjoy it together!

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  6. What a great list, I'm pretty sure it's a good list for grown ups too! :)

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    1. That depends on your definition of grown up. I aim never to quite hit the heights of proper grown uppedness.

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  7. What a brilliant list! Am definitely going to copy this idea with my boys x

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  8. Great list, that should keep you and Princess busy over the holidays :-) homemade lemonade is delicious and I saw a recipe for pineapple lemonade somewhere that I want to try too. xx

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