When I was in my high school years, I learn something that seems counter-intuitive. Or at least it seemed counter-intuitive at the time. I learned that I enjoy hard work. I enjoy sweating, building, digging, and using my hands to create something. I learned this as I was able to help my father build a two-story two car garage in our backyard. It wasn't easy, I learned all sorts of things about hammering, cutting, pouring cement and all the other projects that are involved in building something like that.
Even now, I still enjoy that sort of work. Maybe it's just how I'm wired. I'm looking forward to an opportunity we have coming up on May 4th at Western Buckeye Christian Camp. Starting at 9am, WBCC will have a work day as they prepare for the upcoming camp season. We'll be doing some roofing, helping finish a shelter house, painting, and really anything else they need help with. Lunch will be provided.
I'm also excited about the night before. The TCCMen will be gathering at camp on May 3 starting at 6pm to grill and eat, hang out, fish, play games and just get to know each other better. We'll be spending the night and then getting up in the morning to work. We'll take care of all the food. If you're interested in either/both of these register at www.troycc.org/workday.