The two most important words in the next sentence are “just about,” because, in this particular instance, “just about” means “not quite,” which, in this particular instance, means there is still fun to be had:
Summer is just about over.
There’s still a sliver of time left before 6 a.m. wake-ups and school bus rides and homeroom and English Pre-AP and oh-my-god-just-kill-me-now days. So that’s why we made this for you. It’s a flowchart to help you make the most of the rest of your summer. It’s very simple. Just follow along through the lines, answer each of the questions along the way, and in no time you’ll find out the best way to spend the last moments of your glorious, fleeting summer.
Because it’s just about over. Just about.