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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

WFMW: Entertaining bored teens

We are waiting for hot weather. It's supposed to be here in force this week. So far, not quite hot enough for my idea to keep my teenagers and their crowd of friends entertained.

And what would that be?

A giant slip and slide course down the side of our very large hill. I figure it will take at least 6 slip and slides to make it down the entire hill, doubled. It will be kind of like one of those giant wet and wild slides at waterparks.

I've got it all planned out. We'll offer Arnold Palmers up on the screened porch. Probably some chips and salsa, maybe a veggie platter and hummos. We'll put the chairs out on the lawn right by the porch steps, lay out the slip and slides, turn on the hoses and let them go!

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Blogger Rhiannon said...

Can adults slide too? If so, I'll be right over. I make a great mojito (for the adults) :)

4/6/08 12:39 AM  
Blogger Assertagirl said...

We are expecting hot weather this weekend, too. I have to get my tomatoes in the ground!

4/6/08 9:45 AM  
Blogger Duck said...

sounds like fun!

4/6/08 12:33 PM  
Blogger Hope said...

We are about to buy one too for a cook out at the end of the month. It looks like it will be a blast!

4/6/08 10:14 PM  

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