Here’s a video clip and a picture as a sequel to my post about day camps from last week. Emma’s circus camp ended with a performance which featured Emma doing several acts, including this rather cool twirly thing called poi:
Chris’ FutureTecs camp ended with an open house where we got to see the things kids had made during the week, then the whole family had to compete (against the other families) in a challenge to build a tower out of newspapers, tongue depressors, straws and some other ingredients. Since we had an engineer at our family table, our structure was judged the most stable but not, unfortunately, the tallest, which was what the competition required.
My mom and dad came along to both Emma’s performance and Chris’s open house, and Jason got away from work for the open house, so it was nice that they had lots of family there to support them and celebrate their accomplishments. I think it’s safe to say as a wrap-up to camp week that a good time was had by all!
As for me, I just got back from my own little sleep-away camp with the Strident Women at Eastport, where a good time was definitely had, but more on that later!