Forget New Year's Resolutions! Our family sets summer goals. These are usually short-term goals that we can easily accomplish in 3 months or less. They are sometimes things that we don't work into our schedule throughout the year but work into our summer activities. My husband's goal is to get our 1970 Chevy Pickup running again. It's not a huge goal because of the truck - only the radiator needs to be replaced. It's a big goal because of my husband's limited time. It's also a goal that my husband will enjoy accomplishing (with the help of his many apprentice mechanics). Our oldest daughter's goal is to memorize the books of the Bible. She is also planning to work with our middle daughter to switch bedrooms until Christmas (saving that story for an upcoming post). Our middle and youngest daughters have chosen a couple of workbooks they want to complete to improve their academic skills. As for my goal, it's not so small. I've tried once to read the Bible in 90 days and did not succeed. This time, I know I can get it done. I have a trick up my sleeve with two six hour flights in my near future, as well as a week without my children. These blocks of time will give me an amazing head start! Here's to some big check marks on our lists of goals at the end of summer!