Camp for girls
Yesterday we received photos of our daughter at camp. In one picture she held a bow and arrow extended gracefully and with good beginner's form. I thought to myself, "Lucky! She is so lucky to have this opportunity!"
But then I wondered what SHE was thinking.
In another picture I saw a smile on her sweet face ... but she wasn't completely relaxed; there was a restricted line across the brow. I felt like she was putting the "I am doing camp" look out.
That made me wonder whether she would ever say "Lucky!" if asked how she felt about sleeping away from home for 3 weeks ...
Isn't that the trick about parenting: so called "good experiences" and things that feel good to your child are not always in sync.
The house is quiet. My son is talking so much more with his sister gone, but still it's quiet. I wonder what they are having for breakfast this morning ...