You may be thinking, “Choir Camp doesn’t really sound that exciting,” and in some ways you’d be right. This camp may not be jam-packed with activities that’ll knock my socks off, but that’s why I like it. Sure, I come to sing, but that’s never what I remember most…
I’m sure we’ve all struggled (at some time or another) to get someone to do what we think is in their best interest. Heck, as a parent, that’s practically our job description! Continue after the break, to hear about my latest bout, where I drugged my kids. I’ll drag them to the library, camping, sight-seeing… Ugh! Can’t a kid just be left alone to their Wi-Fi?… No.
After buying my house a year ago, I had determined that I should tackle one major task/upgrade per year. I can continue ‘little’ things in the meantime, but this sets a pace for myself so I don’t get too discouraged. Continue after the break, for the start of this year’s upgrade: electricity.
Alright folks, I’m gonna break tradition a bit and go back in time, to post about some activities in the past. There’s some fun we had in June that didn’t get blogged about, in the haste to go on vacation. Continue after the break for fishing & a car show!
The scent of depression was in the air, as we all knew it was the day to part ways. I scraped the bottom of the gravy can, in a struggle to get the last bit out. That could metaphorically describe how the kids and I felt throughout the day, we just didn’t have much left in us.