I was eating each meal in the dining hall with a certain Anthony. We created a paper football adaptation using pepper packets since I got one with nearly every meal. I knew with every moment we spent together that I was falling more and more for him.
(and right after camp he sent me a text stating that the week had been fun and he thought we should hang out more. wish? command.)
Anthony's sister was a co-counselor in my cabin and I was constantly listening for hints about whether he was crushing on me as much as I was on him. Little did I know he had asked her to "spy" to see if I mentioned him.
I rode my first horse. It was...interesting.
I continued the tradition of telling my cabin that if a bug wasn't "bigger than your fist" it's not appropriate to scream.
We instituted nap time/quiet hour in the cabin. Ahhhh.
I was making a hemp bracelet for someone. Several someones, actually.
I was reminded of how wonderful the worship times are. And I was enjoying watching Anthony worship. It made me like him all the more to see how incredibly uninhabited he was. In the church tradition I grew up in, that was the norm, but the church I attend does not have roots in freedom of worship!
I was missing my real bed, but thankful that we were in a great cabin with wooden bed frames and not one but 2(!) showers in the cabin itself.
I was falling in love with a group of 7th grade girls that I shared a cabin with.
Can't wait to see what this year holds!