Lessons Learned at Summer Camp
"Did it have to end so quickly?" I wondered to myself.
"Just think of next year", I said to comfort my disbelief, "It’s going to be ten times the fun. I'll make sure of that."
After what seemed like years of waiting, the day of camp finally arrived. I hastily packed my bags and threw them in my car. My friend on the other hand, was late. She took forever putting her bags together and she walked out of the house as slow as a snail.
"Hurry up!" I yelled at her.
"I'm sorry." She replied.
The only thing I could say was "Sure, whatever." But, I wasn't going to let this get in the way of my excitement. I was so charged with a "rush" as I pulled out of the driveway.
I arrived at the cabins we would be staying at a little after everyone else. It was later in the evening so the first item on our agenda was to eat supper. After we ate, all campers and counselors all had a short chapel meeting. Following the meeting, we all played a game of capture the flag out in the trees by the cabins and then hit the sack.
The next day I woke up and went through my usual morning strategy of preparing myself for the exciting day to come. I had breakfast with the rest of the group followed by an intense game of horseshoes. Then we had what is called "Quiet Time." It is a time that each of us went off somewhere by ourselves and read our bible or reflected on events that have happened. I went and sat in the shade of one of the trees. It was an incredible half-hour. I took a look at nature and realized how awesome God really is. I saw all kinds of insects and different pieces of life. It was a neat feeling that I had that morning.
The rest of the day the group and I played games and had some time to go where we wanted to. During a game of horseshoes, Varick carelessly