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it was the summer of accidental adventures

Last summer was great. It was the Summer of Waterfalls. And really, how can you top that? This summer I entertained lots of ideas. The summer of treehouses. The summer of beaches. The summer of sitting around in your underwear and watching tv. Eventually the summer named itself. This summer was the Summer of Accidental Adventures. What does this mean? Simply put, it meant saying "Sure!" to almost everything.
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