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Things I Learned At Camp.

Posted by DeeVee , Jun 09 2007 · 103 views

1- Mosquitoes suck, and so does Texas.

2- Seriously, Texas sucks. It's so friggin hot.

3- The youth group at my church is fantastic.

4- My small group was wonderful, and the kids were so supportive and loving.

5- John Hickman will be the best youth pastor ever.

6- I'm still directionless and purposeless.

7- All I know about my future is that I'd like to help people.

8- My family is my church.

9- The only reason I'll come home from school next year is because of these people.

10- Texan accents are disgusting.

11- Camp food doesn't always suck.

12- Kids are capable of the most inspiring and wonderful things in the entire world.

13- Unity is necessary for a youth group. Without it, the church is nothing.

14- When a group achieves this unity, as mine did this week, beautiful things happen.

15- People who say this new generation is worse than previous generations need to get a clue.

16- I love kids.

17- And seriously, Texas sucks.

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Some kids today are amazing. Some of my Scouts are just so incredible, so imaginative, so helpful. Some of them are totally the opposite though. It's so rewarding to see a group of them working together and really achieving something.

I thought you wanted to become a teacher though?

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I thought you wanted to become a teacher though?

That is my major, yes. The question is, do I really want to do it? I don't know. And if not, what else would I do? I don't know.
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I'd like to be a teacher, but seeing the kids at school now...no thank you.

They're actually disgusting, the way they treat the teachers. And each other.
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