Where in the World are AE Students?

Summer Vacation by Mary Ann Hoberman

In my head I hear a humming:
Summer, summer summer’s coming.
Soon we’re going on vacation
But there is a complication:
Day by day the problem’s growing-
We don’t know yet where we’re going!

Mother likes the country best;
That’s so she can read and rest.
Dad thinks resting is a bore;
He’s for fishing at the shore.
Sailing is my brother’s pick;
Sailing makes my sister sick;
She says swimming’s much more cool,
Swimming in a swimming pool.
As for me, why, I don’t care,
I’d be happy anywhere!



Dear Amelia Students, Parents, Staff and Community Members,

 I came across the above poem and began thinking about summer vacation.  I am interested in hearing all of the great things that you are planning on doing during the next few months. Are you going camping, hiking or fishing, spending a day at Kings Island, visiting grandma or grandpa or hanging out at the pool?  Reply to this post and share your summer plans… I can’t wait to hear of your adventures!

 Happy blogging,   🙂

Mrs. Walker


6 Responses

  1. Its a really good poem for the summer!

  2. My family is going on vacation to Petoskey Michigan. My grandpa has a cottage on Crooked Lake. It is a lot of fun.

    • I love Michigan. My family and I will be going to a small town in Michigan called Pentwater at the end of July. I can’t wait to spend time on the beach and sail!! Have a great time Kyle!
      Mrs. Walker

  3. We too will be making our annual trip to Northern Michigan this summer. We love the cool weather and relaxing on the lake.
    We just got home from a family vacation in Cancun, Mexico. We were there for our neice, Ms. Reed’s wedding. Lots of family fun and relaxing on the beach.

  4. I just spent 2 fun weeks in California, and then 4 days in St. Louis. What a fun time.

    • Drake,
      Wow, I have always wanted to go to California. Did you get to go up in the arch while you were in St. Louis? I can’t wait to hear all about your vacation.
      Mrs. Walker

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