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All I Wanna Do Is Have Some Fun!

Saturday, July 18, 2009

So I go to the lake front here in Chicago occasionally but I want to rent a boat for the day with my family. Now do I know anything about boats or can I even swim? Absolutely not & I have a big fear of water that I can not stand up in emoticonbut now that I getting myself together I can be somewhat adventurous?! I am still trying to eat shrimp?! emoticon emoticon emoticon My husband is a excellent & beautiful swimmer but do I count on him to be able to save us all in event the boat sinks? emoticon emoticon Decisions - Decisions.

I just wanna be able to have some fun!


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RUTHXG 7/20/2009 6:22PM

    Oh, that sounds like SO much fun! And finally we're having some sun again--so you should definitely do this! Lifejackets aren't pretty, but even though I know how to swim I wear one when I go out in boats. It's a good precaution.

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SHININGTHRU126 7/19/2009 5:25PM

    Swimming lessons, perhaps?

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JUSTFOXXY 7/19/2009 9:40AM


That's what water wings are for! Now go put on a bikini and some water wings and make a fashion statement.

If you really want to have fun, let hubby drive the boat.

Have fun


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STEPHANIE0904 7/18/2009 8:39PM

    hmmm so your husband can swim. Can your children swim? I figure he can save at least one of you. Just kidding. I'm not a strong swimmer either. Wouldn't you have to have a life jacket on? Would that make you feel safe? I love the water. Actually, I'd rather be on the shore and maybe venture out into the water where I can stand like you said. One of friends has a boat and Kenyon keeps talking about going out on it - we'll see. What kind of boat would you rent?

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