I'm home and ready to fall into sleep. When we all stopped at McDonald's in Litchfield for lunch, someone pointed out to me my eyes were red. Lo and behold, my beautiful white irises have a pinkish tint, meaning if I put off sleep too much longer, I may have to buy matching wardrobe for my new eyes. But I suppose having them a little bloodshot comes from a few late nights in a row, and I shouldn't be all that surprised.
This morning we wrapped up by cleaning cabins, giving oral / written affirmations, and having a final campfire. We did lost-and-found (the camp dean's nightmare, let me tell you!), revealed our secret friends, sang some songs, and took a group photo. We're hoping to get that last one out and to people just as soon as possible.
The trip home went pretty fast. The bus and other counselors left fifteen minutes before I did and while they got hung up in construction I took another route and beat them by just a hair. After lunch, the caravan made their way back to Excelsior UMC and met awaiting parents. Several tearful hugs and photos later, everyone finally left, freeing me to head home and head to bed.
Tomorrow, anyone who wants to go meet at Excelsior UMC for church and lunch is welcome to join us!