This MonthIn HistoryA Free Family Resource Courtesy Of McKaig Chevrolet Buick“I Specialize In Helping Individuals & Families Find, Qualify For And Own The Vehicle Of TheirDreams With Little Or No Money Down Even With Less Than Perfect Credit.”McKaig Chevrolet Buick | (903) 845-2132 | www.McKaig.NetEveryday we see wonderful summer activityideas for children, but what about ideas foradults? Finding fun summer activities foradults seems to be almost impossible. Do wesimply forget how to have fun as we growolder? Shouldnt there be sites devoted to funsummer activities for adults, just like the sitesdevoted to children? Too oftenadults simply forget to have fun inthe summer because its nothinglike a summer vacation for chil-dren. Children have the luxury ofhaving three months off, but mostadults dont have the same luxu-ry. We must continue to work ourway through the hot months ofsummer, but does that mean weshouldnt have fun on our daysoff? No. There are thousands ofsummer activities for adults that are fun, re-laxing, and a great way to meet new people.This year, spend some time enjoying one ofthe following summer activities for adults.Summer Activities for Adults #1: Movie Mara-thonA movie marathon is a wonderful way tospend a long weekend. You can have yourfriends bring over their favorite movies andorder pizza. Or, you could also spend theweekend watching all of your favorite moviesand enjoying all your favorite snacks. Choosefrom a variety of different themes.Summer Activities for Adults #2: BarbequeThis is one of the most popular summer activi-ties for adults. A barbeque is a great way tospend time with friends, family, or just yourpartner. Also dont forget that this isnt just forguys. Women can throw a barbeque just aswell as guys can. Also a barbeque can be asbudget-friendly or gourmet as you want it tobe. You can also turn a barbeque into a pot-luck, inviting your friends to bring their favor-ite dish to the party.Summer Activities for Adults #3: Block PartySummer activities are always more fun whenthere are several people to enjoy them. Sum-mer activities can be a won-derful way to meet newpeople. This is wonderfulbecause, unfortunately,many communities are nowfilled with people who dontknow many of their neigh-bors. A community filledwith people who know eachother is much safer than acommunity filled with peo-ple who don’t know eachother. The perfect time for this activity is dur-ing a major holiday, like the 4th of July or La-bor Day.Summer Activities for Adults #4: Iron ChefCompetitionIron Chef has been extremely popular for thepast few years and continues to draw in newfans. One of those summer activities for adultsis an Iron Chef competition. This is so easy todo. Write the name of several ingredients onpieces of paper and then have someone ran-domly choose one. The next thing you need todo is to decide how many dishes will be pre-pared using the ingredient. For example, eachcontestant could prepare a drink, appetizer,main dish, and dessert using the ingredient.After the dishes have been prepared, you willneed judges to taste the recipes. Once a win-ner has been selected, be sure to have a funprize available. This is something that isaffordable and fun.3 - 1972 - Sally J.Priesand became the 1stfemale U.S. rabbi.13 - 1971 - The Penta-gon Papers were pub-lished, a collection oftop secret documents ex-posing U.S. strategy inthe Vietnam War.14 - 1951 - Univac 1,the worlds first com-mercial electronic com-puter was unveiled inPhiladelphia.22 - 1847 - The donutwas invented.26 - 1896 - The 1stmovie theater in the USopened, charging 10cents foradmission.4Summer Activities for AdultsBy: Amy Brantley
FAMOUS WORDSInteresting FactsYou Never Knew“What lies behind us and whatlies before us are tiny matterscompared to what lies withinus.”Ralph Waldo EmersonDid you know . . . June 2ndhonors anybody whosename is “Bubba”.Did you know . . . Only fe-male mosquitoes bite.Did you know . . . The mov-ie Waynes World wasfilmed in two weeks.Did you know . . . Elephantsare the only mammal thatcant jump.Did you know . . . Thelongest street in the world isYonge Street in Torontomeasuring 1,178 miles.The term "bucket list" has been aroundfor a very long time but it wasnt madepopular until the movie with MorganFreeman titled "Bucket List" came outa few years ago.The term derives from the old saying,"kicking the bucket" which is a politeway of referring to your life coming toan end. Thus, the concept of such a listis to record all the things that youwould like to do while you are stillalive on this planet.Bucket lists usually go into the 3 digitsof things to do, but if youre not a veryadventurous person you might notmake it that far. However, there are somany aspects of life that you can in-clude on your list like personal inter-ests, conquests, business achieve-ments, social achievements and so onand so forth.What about travel? Are there notcountless places that you would wantto see in the world before your finalday is over? And what about activitieslike skydiving, bungee jumping, racingmotorcycles, going snowboarding, justto name a few?Now the idea with the list is that onceyouve made it that you actually startcrossing things off it on a regular basisbecause you never know how longyouve got left to live. If you have 100items, try and cross something offonce a week, or at least once a month.For me personally Ive reached 100things on my bucket list with ease andI still havent even come halfway to allthe things I want to do and experiencein this lifetime. Ive also crossed offabout 50 already and Ijust steadily keep working towardscompleting the rest of the list. Its justso much fun to do.While ultimately there is no score toachieve in life; and it doesnt matterwhether you did more or less than any-one when you die, a bucket list is away to inspire you to experience andlive life to the fullest. To do things thatyou would normally never get aroundto doing.Its way too easy to get caught up inthe mundane routine of life for 60years of your life and then wake up torealize your best years are behind youand you dont have much to show forit. Your bucket list starts right now;the time is now to make it and to startworking towards completing it. Everysingle second of your life that passesyou by is one that you will never getback.So how do you make a list? Well, Isuggest getting a book or a diary inwhich you can write all your ideasdown, or you can even do it digitally ifyoud like. Just find a quiet place andstart writing down all the things thatyou would like to do before you die.Imagine that you only have one yearleft to live, what would you want tosee, what would you want to experi-ence, who would you like to meet?Once you have your list, make a planhow youre going to work your waythrough it. You can and should add toyour list from time to time becauselets face it, there are limitless things todo and you probably cant think ofevery single one in just one session.Good luck to you!How To Create Your Perfect Bucket List - A ListOf Things to Do Before You Dieby Debra R. Northup
IF YOU READ NOTHINGELSE . . . READ THIS!THANK YOU!Prize WinnerDo you know of someone who is lookingfor a quality pre-owned vehicle or wants toupgrade their current vehicle?Even if they have little money to putdown or they’ve had trouble qualifying in thepast… I can help them! Send them my way.They’ll be glad you did and so will you!Here’s why…If you refer someone to me this month,when we finish the paperwork for their nicer,newer car - I will give them a $25 gift certifi-cate and give you one too!and give you one too!Kent Abernathy:Believes everyonedeserves a nicer, new-er car or truck andwants his team to pro-vide solutions to yourtransportation needs.“My goal is be your TRUSTED advisor.”Kent AbernathyA Dealer FOR The PeopleMcKaig Chevrolet Buick1110 E Broadway AveGladewater, TX 75647(903) 845-2132http://www.McKaig.net“I had such a great experience from talkingto Sabrina on the phone to Mike meeting meat the door when I arrived, it was like goingto an old friend’s house. The truck I saw onthe internet was waiting on me when I gotthere, Mike was fantastic! When Mike hand-ed me over to Joshua for financing it was sostressless because Joshua had already foundthe best financing for me! Ill BE BACK!”Search This Newsletter For The AnswerTo The IHome Question andSubmit Your Answer Online.“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no onethinks of changing himself.”Leo TolstoySUDOKU PuzzleQuick SUDOKU rules . . .To solve a SUDOKU puzzle, every number from 1 to 9 must ap-pear in: Each of the nine vertical columns Each of the nine horizontal rows Each of the nine 3 x 3 boxes
Why am I giving away an IHome?Because everyone likes to win stuff.It’s fun. And I want this newsletter to be funfor you. I also want you to read it. Ahhh . . .now you’ll see my selfish motivation.In order to win the IHome you have to an-swer the question below. In order to answer thequestion, you have to read this newsletter. I’vehidden the answer somewhere in the contentsof these four pages.If you read the whole newsletter, I thinkyou’ll like it and you’ll look forward to gettingit every month.Then when you are looking to buy a vehicleor know someone who is, you’ll remember thisnewsletter and hopefully you’ll give me thechance to earn their business. That’s my masterplan. So answer the question and you could bethe winner. There’s a new winner every month.CONSUMER ALERT!WIN A FREEIHOMEINSIDE THIS ISSUEHere’s The Question:When was the donut invented?Submit Your Answer And WinGo to www.FreePrizeQuestion.com/CONTEST CODE: MCKAIG CHEVROLET BUICKSubmit Your Answer By: June 30, 2013There are dastardly scams being pulled oninnocent car buyers every day. It’s reallytough to tell where these shyster lots are andwhether or not you’re on one. Rememberthese people are very well trained and may betaking advantage of you without you everknowing it.You know this to be true because of thestereotypes we all hear about how shady andunscrupulous car dealers and used car sales-man are. It’s true. There are some bad applesout there that spoil it for the bunch.So what can you do about it? Arm your-self with the insider information you needto recognize a common car scam when yousee it. This information can save you bigmoney, lots of time and an enormous amountof pain, heartache and frustration.I’ve prepared a FREE REPORT especial-ly for people who are thinking about making avehicle purchase in the next few months. Thisreport explains the ten most notorious andcommon car scams that go on at dealershipsall over the country. Some right here in ourown town.This report will show you how to spotthese scams and how to avoid being a victim.This is insider information you won’t getfrom any other car dealer. In fact, I’m sure I’llget some heat from the industry just for writ-ing this. But I don’t care. I’m here for you.If you are in the market for a car youare entitled to this information. It is availa-ble to you absolutely FREE with no cost orobligation.To request your free copy of this specialindustry expose’ visit my report request website at:www.McKaigForThePeople.com This Month In History Summer Activities For Adults How To Create Your PerfectBucket List – A List Of ThingsTo Do Before You Die Interesting Facts Sudoku PuzzleBecause I’m A DEALER FOR THE PEOPLE I can do thingsthat most other car dealers can’t. I’ve been helping individu-als like you and families like yours for years and you know I’ll do itfor you.So here’s my promise…If I can’t get you into a nicer, newer caror truck, I will give you a $25 gift certificate!Get Expert Automotive Financing Answers & Solutions ForFree. Call Me Now At (903) 845-2132Don’t Get Ripped Off The Next Time You Buy A Car.FREE REPORT Reveals The 10 Most Notorious and Common Car Scams DealersUse To Rob You Of Your Cash & Sanity and How You Can Avoid Being A Victim!