That's what I felt like last week. It was Girls' Adventure week at camp, and yes, I made a cake. My commitment for the week grew from bringing a cake and helping to lifeguard while at the lake on Thursday to being at the camp everyday for one thing or another. Monday and Tuesday nights the twins sang and I played piano, then Wednesday I substituted while one of the counselors had to run for a doctor's appointment in the morning. Thursday was lunch at beautiful Rim Rock, then swimming in Kinzua Lake. Friday I was also called upon to help out while another counselor, who is also a pastor's wife, had to go help with a funeral they were having at their church. I ended up staying all day and for the bonfire at night. Saturday the girls and I helped clean the cabins, church, and kitchen. Whew. Oh, I also had schoolwork all week and a paper due on Sunday. I decided the Lord was teaching me to trust HIM with my schedule, and not rely on my own understanding of time management. In the end, I got everything done, with a day to spare.
(Notice how shiny the fondant is. That means that it was wicked humid. The edible marker I used was quite unhappy performing on such a slippery and damp platform. )
|Overlook at Rim Rock, PA|
(I put little dots around the cake for fun. I think it looks cute.)
In that spare day, Sunday, I took everyone who wanted to go to Lyman Lake between church services. It was a lazy afternoon. Absolutely wonderful.
|EPP project while chillaxin' a the lake. Hey, sometimes you have to quilt when and where you can!|
|Yummy! Fresh, piping-hot fries.|
We had a youth activity the first Saturday in July up at the pavilion. The campfire was cozy, and we roasted marshmallows and the kids ate a lot of junk food. Dale did devotions. During the devotions the sky opened up and rain down, pelting the tin roof on the pavilion so vigorously that we could barely hear what Dale was saying. The sky right before the rain hit was gorgeous. My dinky little camera doesn't handle such shots well, but I did make an effort.