Tonight is the night before my last year of high school begins. I am NOT going to blog about how much I don't want to go or about how nervous I am for my classes. Not tonight. Other blog posts will probably be about school, but not this one. This post is going to be a reflection of my summer. This summer, I went to summer camp. That was one of the best weeks of my young life. This particular camp was called Wildwood. I was challenged physically, mentally and spiritually. It was amazing.
This is the wonderful group of ladies from my church at the end of the week. Wildwood rocks.
The next thing I did was a mission trip to Wahiawa, Oahu, the headquarters for Surfing the Nations. That was another amazing week. God knows how to challenge people. It's amazing to see Him moving all around you.
This wall borders the STN property. There is a porn place on the other side. The handprints are a reminder to pray that God will bring the wall down. Hawaii was such a great experience. It wasn't a typical mission trip, but no two mission trips are the same.
After that, my family and I went on a road trip to visit the University of New Mexico. I loved it there. I'm pretty sure that I'm moving to Albuquerque next summer, so that should be fun. I'll keep you posted on that one. After New Mexico, we came home and started to prepare for school, and that's when I started this. It's been one long, crazy summer, but it was amazing too. I can't believe that now it's over and I'm back to the daily grind. Oh well. Such is life.