Being able to go to camp Patmos to help this summer was a lot of fun.
First, I had to learn how to fill out an application. It was okay, but a little challenging. The next one will be a lot easier.
Then I got to learn how to work in the kitchen during staff training. I stayed the first week of camp to help.
Here are some pictures of when I was heading home. I will post more when I have the chance.
P.S. I would really like to go help again soon.
She is not sure exactly what all she will be doing, but so far she has helped in the kitchen during a marriage retreat, been photographer for a few hours, watched while a wedding cake was decorated, and played with small children.
Andrea is looking forward to new challenges and being able to share her beautiful smile!
Photos will be displayed at the Elkhart County Historical Museum (304 W. Vistula Street in Bristol, IN) from 10:00, 20 Jan thru closing on Friday the 26th. It looks like the hours are 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
We plan to go Saturday morning. Maybe I will see you there!
Megan is the guest speaker today.
The neighbors had their first alpaca for this year. The new alpacaÂ is little and cute. It is white with a pink nose. And it is soft. It likes me. I like it too. It so cute. It is princess Leah’s first baby. Everyone held it. Andrea take a picture of me. The alpaca’s name is Kit (Fisto). We think we should call it Kitten. We saw him this afternoon. We had fun playing with it. Momma didn’t hold it.
We went on a canoe trip. On the first day we traveled in two canoes. We learned new things. I learned about “killer trees”. I learned how to paddle properly.Â I learned how to “pull” and how to listen to Mark on where to paddle.
Daddy, Mommy, Adrian and Megan tipped twice. The rest of us tipped once. No body got hurt tipping over.
We found a sandy beach. We slept in one tent. We were crowded! Mommy and Daddy’s tent was SOAKED!Â We had fun.