|ICAD 7-1-13 (first day of camp)|
My summer camp program started this week, and as usual it is kicking my butt.
Day one was 11 hours of my name being called nonstop.
No matter how well prepared we think we are, there are still loose ends and countless questions from young and old.
I come home exhausted.
(but honestly? I love it.)
Half way through the day today I caught myself thinking "Is it really only the second day of camp?"
and then started to laugh at the familiarity of that refrain.
I came home and found the ICAD evidence from Tuesday June 26, 2012:
I'm nothing if not predictable.
It makes me realize I'm actually faring much better this year.
On this date last year I was coming home after a night in the ER. I'd had mysterious chest pain and was afraid I was having a heart attack. (It turned out to be reflux exacerbated by stress)
This year, the reflux is under control, and I may be tired, but I've managed to keep up with the ICAD challenge, and make additional postcards/index cards each night.
This next batch of collages are part of a larger project I'm working on.
They also count toward my goal of 365 collages in 2013.
I am officially 15 collages ahead of the game.
I'm building a stock pile knowing I've got some vacations coming up and will probably not be collaging every day.
I'm taking these weary bones to bed for a good night's sleep, because as I say every afternoon before I leave camp,
"More fun tomorrow!"