The morning devotional was kinda sad. All of the girls were a little melancholy, they were excited to go home and they were sad to leave. I was feeling the same way but after using the portapotty that morning, I was really ready to come home. After the devotional we ate some cold cereal for breakfast and finished packing away our stuff. We brought all of our gear to the trailer and then we headed back to camp for one final walk through and to take a group picture of all of us.
And that was all that was left... ...after a few hundred trips to the vehicles!
Can you tell we were ready to come home?
Then it was time to go home. I had a very nice time at Girl's Camp and I look forward to coming next year. It was nice to get away from all the bustle of life and away from distractions (both good and bad) and remember the true reason why we are on Earth. It was also nice to be with other people who desire the same thing. Aside from my family, I want to be with these people in Heaven. I am grateful that I was able to serve these Young Women.
Here is the No-Drama-Mama bracelet.
The Security Team. I really lucked out with my nickname of Dr. Pepper. Notice the funny placement of the word "dimples"?
This was our camp slogan. "We seek after these things"
We had a real beautiful song that was our camp song by Jenny Philips.
After we dropped off all the girls and gear, Kristy and I headed home to get cleaned up. We picked up Logan and got our car inspected and then in the evening we reunited with some of the leaders at Coasta Vida to grab some dinner and talk and laugh about camp.
We were going to get some ice cream afterwards but one of our tires had a different agenda. But that is for the blog tomorrow!
When we finally arrived home after the Tire Incident(tm) we found a plate of freshly made cookies from our neighbor Kara. What a sweet (pun fully intended) gesture that she would bake cookies for us so soon after returning from camp.
She also left both Kristy and I a personal note. And let me tell you, I needed that note after that long day.