Reality... it's not always fun.
This last week has been great though. We've got a great group of students and the small size of the camp has allowed us to be super intentional, and I think the adults and students have really enjoyed getting to know us, and see us loving on their kids.
Since it is the last week, we've got to do inventory.. and inventory is my job as the financial director. woohoo. sike.
We have two main places where our junk is stored during the year. 1. Heritage Hall basement and 2. The Rec Closet in Baker.
Our rec director has been doing an awesome job cleaning and clearing out the rec closet so she can count everything and then store it in the organized way that she was trained to do.. Heritage.................. oh snap. At the beginning of the summer that closet was PACKED with hardly any room to move. Now, it look beautiful. There was stuff in there that hadnt been opened since 1990... crap that didnt work or we never used. It was ridiculous. Alex, Seth, Courtney, Olivia, Megan and I spent hours inhaling rat pee and mold fumes... but at least it looks a million times more organized and clean now.
So since I'm technically supposed to be doing inventory during track times, I havent had to teach a track A this week and since our camp is less than 100 students, and I had 50 in the battleball track at the beginning of the week, Battleball didnt make for round two... so during track A I decided to take a little trip that I've wanted to take all summer. After geting permission from Megan, Seth (our worship leader and my partner in crime) and I headed over to the Boys and Girls club to hangout with Courtney and her missions track. We were only able to stay for a hot second because Seth had to lead the table games track, but oh man it was fun to hangout with those precious kids. It was a huge highlight of my day.