Tie Me A Knot
April 18-20. A 3-day survival camp. Had my things packed and headed for school as we had to be up as early as 5 in the morning. Reply slips were passed and the school service opens its doors for us. As we arrived the venue with all the whats and what nots, we tried our best to stand out even though a 45 degree feet angle became as hard as trying to build up a shelter to stay in that has to be fully eco-loving.
came off good but sleeping at night became a nightmare (not that i miss someone or i’m afraid of the dark, but) because of the things I assumed that happened, the words I heard and to end this, I shall speak of nothing but the change I’ve seen (interesting change).
I have to say is the best among the 3 days I’ve experienced in this tricky adventure. The the knot tying, lashing, memorization (torture in short) was the worst part but I can’t call it the best if nothing sensible happened. We had our campfire, river floating and as a crew we got crazy like daisy and as high as could be.
Last day :”>
Haha, by the emoticon you mean? Yes yes yes :) We said our final goodbyes and ate for quite some time. Interviews held for the Board of Review (I got so dumb my words literally laughed at me). Impromptu acceptance speech (speaking for the whole batch of BSPs) because I was selected with full idiocy (my idiocy), I had to make an impression? I want to be an eagle scout like hey, be serious Meg. I was. Two school services arrived when he sat beside me. We were awkward in a cool way. We had earphones shared and stories told but the laughs that were heard was one of the most to-yearn-for. Went home riding on their car and it was fantastic. For the nth time I’ll tell you that moments never fail to let us meet.