Be forewarned that the "lazy days of summer" are in danger of being over scheduled. The first week off (that would be now) looks, on paper, to be a bit lazy, but will truly be filled with a flurry of pre-VBS activity. Then VBS, then 3 weeks of summer camp (me teaching, The May Queen attending). One (so far...) gloriously lazy week will give way to nearly 3 weeks of frenzied traveling to friends and family all up and down the East Coast. One more unscheduled week at home gives way to one week in Acapulco (mostly resort lazy) and then 4 short days until school starts. The upside of this lack of lazy? (Hopefully) A lack of the expression "I'm bored." To keep this summer fun and not too hectic it is advised that the times not currently spoken for be guarded against firm plans and left open to jaunts to the pool, beach and waterspouts, impromptu play dates, and playing board games on the living room floor.
This warning has been a Monday Mission, which was to write a post in the form of a warning label. Write your own warning and let me know, and I'll get it into this post.
The ever diligent Mad turned in her assignment early, with an internet warning you should check out.
Mary Beth is also warning us about summer sensory overload
Monday Missions have fallen prey to an over scheduled summer, and will be taking their lazy vacation days away from the craziness around the Maypole. If you would like to host the Missions over the summer (or for longer) let me know, otherwise I'll bring back the missions in September.