Where did the opportunity to tell all your peers “What I did on my Summer Vacation” go? Here in the USA, as September rolls around, it’s not just the kids that are in back-to-school mode. Everyone is looking forward. They’ll ask you, “How was your summer?” but it’s clear that a monosyllabic or few-syllabic response is preferred. “Fine.” “Hot.” “It went fast.”
When you do have an adventure to talk about, not many people are geared to listen.
That’s why you should be writing, not waiting for someone to ask!
Narrating—or the opportunity to narrate—“what I did on summer vacation” is a lost art.