Even if it may not feel like it yet, summer is just around the corner! Whatever your summer plans are, be they vacationing at a tropical resort or staying home and binge-watching Netflix, there's no way they can compare to the awesomeness that defined your summer vacations in the 90s.
You slowly wake up to the sunlight streaming through your window and glance over at your Nickelodeon alarm clock. No need to get up to an alarm because SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER!!!
You groggily wander into the kitchen. Time for breakfast! Gotta get fueled up for another fun-filled day.
Next, you call up your best friend(s) and invite them over to play.
Ding-dong! Your friends are here. You start off with a few bounces on the trampoline to get your adrenaline pumping.
Okay, now you're ready for an intense game of hide-and-seek or tag. If you wanted to jazz it up a bit, you might play Cops and Robbers or Good Witch, Bad Witch.
Phew! That was exhausting! Time for a lunch break. Take your pick!
Now that your little bellies are full, you and your crew head back outside. By now, it's HOT out!! You know what that means, right??
Well, that was fun! But now you're wet and tired and would really like to put on some dry clothes and bask in the AC. So, you consult your trusty VCR collection.
Or maybe playing some classic computer games or video games are more your thing.
Because, let's be honest, we all know the internet wasn't really an option...
If your mom hasn't kicked you back outside by now, maybe you'll play with some dolls.
Eventually, your mom catches you playing indoors for too long and kicks you back outside to "enjoy the nice weather." So you wander into you garage and pull out a few toys...
The possibilities are pretty much endless. At this point, you're feeling pretty worn out though and it's about time for your friends to go home, so you end with a nice relaxing activity like sidewalk chalk.
After dinner and maybe a little TV or reading, it's time to turn in for the night because...