This week my kiddo’s took a three day golf camp.  Dan doesn’t golf. I don’t golf. But our kids have decided that they want to golf!

I’m amazed at what their little minds have learned. And it was so sweet to watch them practice their golf swings.  And to use the golf lingo {which is completely a different language to me}. And to see them carrying those tiny little golf bags.

Then tonight, they kids helped me assemble some goodie bags for another camp.  We are supporters of a great organization called Young Life.  Every summer, middle school and high school students have the opportunity to attend a camp that will likely be the most amazing week of their lives.  The adults in our community contribute to a snack bag for the kids as they take the bus to camp. And I volunteered to assemble the bags.

The amount of snacks donated was amazing.

Despite the large amount of items, the three of us powered through and got the bags stuffed in no time.

100 campers and leaders. 100 bags of goodies.  All ready for one amazing week.


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  1. Let em golf. The game teaches them so much more than the game itself. A lot of good life lessons. I’ve played my whole life and as long as I have my health I’ll continue to play. Good for you for sending them to golf camp. Look up a program called The First Tee.

  2. Those are the cutest little golfers I’ve ever seen! My kids love to golf too. Well, really, they like to drive the cart! I have heard of Young Life. I may need to check this out for when my kids get a litlte older.

  3. How cute! I went to a week-long golf camp when I was about seven or eight. It was a really neat experience — my parents were always golfers and wanted my brother and I to learn. A fun change of pace that summer! 🙂

  4. COOL!

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