Besides church camp, I've never gone to an actual camp.
Starting Sunday, however, I will be in charge of my own crew of campers for the next three weeks. I'm nervous to say the least.
In an age of iPads, smart phones and wireless internet, I'm not sure I'll be able to tear myself away from life as I know it and succumb to life in the outdoors.
If being completely disconnected from the real world wasn't enough, I will know one other person there. ONE.
I'd likely to believe I'm a fairly outgoing person, but to say I'll survive three weeks with hundreds of strangers is a lie even the most gullible of people wouldn't believe.
No technology + 100's of strangers + 100 miles away from home = an interesting summer.
While I'm there, I'll be sure to log (by hand, unfortunately) all of my juiciest of camp adventures and bring them back to blog about. Until my return, I'll queue a few blog posts to keep you a little interested in the connundrum that is my life.
Joven y happy,