A giant slip and slide and a pizza party.
The week had it's rough spots.
But it had it's good spots too. There are many sunburned and exhausted teens asleep in their beds now dreaming " 5.. 6.. 7.. 8."
I saw a lot of smiles and wiped away quite a few tears.
When you add 30 teens together for 12 hours a day for five days in 100 degree heat index it all equals to quite a bit of drama but the end sum is a total feeling of accomplishment and a job well done.
Spinning and tossing on the hot asphalt for hours at a time is no easy feat...even for a teen.
Some of the guard moms and dads are there the entire time the kids are. Filling coolers lugging ice chests, treating blisters, sunburns, injured body parts and bruised egos. Nobody said it was easy to have teenagers and all of us are well aware of this fact...and maybe a little more so after this week.
It was brutal heat all week...which in comparison made their brutal coach seem like a "Teddy Bear." And trust me...that means it was REALLY hot.
I waited on five tables and walked with over $140.00. That's the kind of whooping I like (and need.)
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