Wednesday, July 06, 2016
This was Anna's third-year to go to girls camp. The first two years were a lot more glamorous as far as the location they went to. This year it was more in the wild, and Anna did not enjoy it. I was hopeful that she would come home with some positive things to say, but instead she did clear that she doesn't want to go to camp anymore. It makes me sad, because I love going to camp when I was growing up. But I guess to each his own. Maybe it helped her develop character? Furthermore, Anna just doesn't like to have pictures taken of her, due to her acne, so the camp leaders had to take them from the side so she didn't know they were taking pictures. But here are a few.
Here's hoping that it will be better next year. I am proud of her for sticking it out this year, despite calling home for me to come get her early, which I wouldn't. She had a secret sister and had to make a homemade gift for her, and she decided to write some poetry. This was her first time ever writing poetry, and she did a great job! I'm impressed with her writing skills more more each year.
Articulations by Jill Pierce at 9:27 AM