How do you spend your time during summer in your hometown?

@kharen (1488)
Philippines
April 21, 2009 10:34am CST
there's nothing much to do during summer except from being often wirh friends or sometimes we just end up in the couch or bed or helping our parents. I rather would like to read a novel than go out to the mall etc because my friends aren't here. They're in the Philippines. I don't like hanging in the mall actually especially that the only one who I can hang out with nowadays are my mom and my brother. So I end up reading then surfing the net at times when I'm tired of reading. I watch television when the DVD of the series I'm watching now is available already. SO most of the times, I'm just stuck with reading but well, I'm not bored with it... I love it! How about you? How do you spend your summer?
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21 Apr 09
We moved house in October so have yet to spend summer in this town. We've got a lovely big conservatory that we've filled with books and comfy chairs, a big dining table and the dance mats. We've also got a big garden! Yey. With trees and a brick BBQ. Gonna be so nice. Last year, we spent a lot of time in the river or on the beach. Or just traipsing through the country side. There'll be more of that this year. Picnics in the hills XD
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@kharen (1488)
• Philippines
24 Apr 09
wow. conservatory? Wish we also had that in our house or at least i could have little space of my own where i can work with my moods about hobbies,projects,music etc...
@maezee (28977)
• United States
21 Apr 09
Swimming, reading, working, filling out scholarship forums, shopping, hanging out with friends, working, playing tennis, running, going on road trips, and, oh did I mention working? . That's how my summers usually go.
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@kharen (1488)
• Philippines
21 Apr 09
wow...nice! so much to do. I envy you. That must be how you call living your life.
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@kosykosy (160)
• Ghana
22 Apr 09
Yeah, I spend most of my holidays at home. Try getting a good friend you can hang out with. I'm sure that will help. Did you move from the Phiippines for good or you'll be going back? Give yourself some time, things will work out.
@saundyl (9698)
• Canada
21 Apr 09
the area i live in is a summertime tourist area. Theres lakes - so swimming, fishing, boating and the like to do, theres jobs to get during the summer. Books to read yard work to do. Road trips to take.