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The Story of Our Car Wash Day

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A couple of weeks back we took advantage of a hot Saturday afternoon and two less than squeaky clean cars to have a little fun with an afternoon car wash. We loaded up the buckets with soap and sponges, dragged out the vacuum and hose, and got to work assembly line style as we washed, waxed and shined up the vehicles. What started as what may be best described as a chore turned into an all-out party in the driveway complete with an impromptu water fight! Who knew washing the cars could be so much fun? I can honestly say this was one of our favorite afternoons of the whole summer so far, all because we weren’t afraid to get a little dirty and a little (ok, a lot) dripping wet while get the work done. Now that’s what summer is all about!

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Read more from Cyd at The Sweetest Occasion. For more ideas and inspiration, find her on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest!

More from Cyd on Babble:
10 DIY Summer Activities for Kids
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Refashioned Cool: 10 DIY Fabric Yarn Crafts
10 Summery Cool DIY Shirts
10 Colorful Summer Printables

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