I’m sure you can imagine that life spent at summer camp is always pretty hectic, hence why it’s taken me until right now to actually sit down and write about things that have been going on. Summer has come and gone, kids arrived and left, staff came, they worked hard, played hard and went off on their travels, and now there are just a handful of us remaining at camp for the Fall season. You can read heaps more about what I’ve been up to this summer over on the blog I’ve been writing for CCUSA Australia, so it seems silly to just repeat it all here.
I have about 2 week left at camp and then I fly straight home to London for what will be the first time in about 16 and a half months. It’s crazy to think about how much I’ve done and what I’ve accomplished this past year since I was last in England and, while I’m quite apprehensive about returning to a place I’m not even really sure I want to be in, I’m also quite excited about the possibilities that come with it. I guess I have to treat it as another new country, another place I haven’t been in quite some time, and approach it with enthusiasm and curiosity, just like I did when I landed in Australia almost a year ago.
I want to land in London, see my family, spend lots of time with friends, maybe do some travelling around Europe and of course, eventually find a job…preferably one that I actually like and want to do, that will progress me in what I want to do with my life – which at the moment it just anything to do with camp. Absolutely anything at all.
But for now, I look forward to the rest of Fall camp and my arrival home which I know will be exciting, whatever happens!