And what is so rare as a day in June?
Then, if ever, come perfect days.
Then Heaven tries earth if it be in tune,
And over it softly her warm ear lays;
Whether we look, or whether we listen,
We hear life murmur, or see it glisten.

--James Russell Lowell

Get phone numbers of your kid's friends to plan summer get-togethers.

Play with a yo-yo June 6th, for National Yo-Yo Day.

Celebrate Ben Franklin's 250th anniversary of the kite experiment.

Get your annual physical for you and your kids.Don't forget the dentist.

Add a little structure for the kids.

Make a list of fun things for kids to do and see this summer, including their ideas.

Get yourself a free business card.

Join your library's Summer Reading Program or make a reading
list of books you want to read.

Celebrate Flag Day June 14

Keep Learning throughout the summer.

Start a dialogue with your spouse.

Take a horseback ride.

Go on a picnic on June 18 for international picnic day.

Go on a bike ride at least once this month.

Learn about your state or city's history.

Celebrate Father's Day.

Do a midyear budget evaluation

Go to the zoo.

Clean up your computer bookmarks then save them at My Bookmarks.