My Week in Sketches

7:59 AM

My friends and I met at the park last Thursday, and we all fed the ducks for a while.
(I feel the need to point out the inaccuracy of this drawing that makes it look like I'm the one adult
keeping an eye on the kids...when in reality, I was feeding the ducks as a kid.)
I saw the (little-known) movie "Frances Ha" with my friends and it was one of the best movie experiences I've ever had. The movie was good in itself, but was downright wonderful when my friends and I were the only ones in the theater. It was so much more enjoyable when we could giggle and chat together during the movie.
My friend made us round pancake-spheres for breakfast, and they're called something funny like "abbleskivvers." I can't remember, but to be honest, mis-pronouncing the name was half the fun. And they tasted AMAZING.

Whenever I go shopping at Home Depot, I feel super-self-consious, like all the employees will think I don't know anything because I'm a girl. So I always try to act like I know where I'm going, when in reality I can't find aaaaaaaanything.
This week began a series of "preview nights" at the camp where I work, where we get to see a sample evening program before camp actually gets started. I spent Monday night at the camp center for 5th and 6th graders, and my friends and I played in the giant treehouse.
The next night was spent at the high school camp...
...and then the Jr. High camp, where the worship leaders were wearing superhero costumes.
Because this is camp, and that's how we roll.

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  1. A giant treehouse???? You have entered Annieland! from the mom of a tree squirrel

  2. The Home Depot thing isn't because you're a girl. I look just like the dude you drew in the picture and feel and act the same way. I laugh at myself about it actually because in most other areas I'm very "non-male-like" and will ask for help asap... but at Home Depot (or Lowe's here) I will wander aimlessly for too long before asking someone for help. :D


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