Well last day and Thursday night’s sleep wasn’t too bad. I managed to wake up early somehow; probably because of wanting to get my timetable (or Jess’ timetable really0 done as soon as possible. And here is something really strange in the morning: Throughout the last four days at camp; I’ve been using the shower second from the left every single time; morning night showers, always that shower second from the left. I walked into the bathroom this morning and there were a number of people there; so I just walked into the far right shower because it’s the first one I walked past.
Okay Thursday and I guess I had a fair amount of sleep from last night. I tried to continue my timetable selection at breakfast but I didn’t get far because I was so confused at what courses I was meant to pick; there was no freaking list on the UNSW handbook telling us what we should be doing each semester. Can’t remember what breakfast was because I was too focused into my task at hand.
Alright Wednesday morning, well you know how it went for me if you read the end of the Tuesday post; yeah rough night. And once again the Caucasians in our cabin snored but last night somehow I sort of got used to it and I actually went to sleep; racked up about 6 hours of sleep, ignoring those moments when I went out to do my business.
Okay day 2 and as I said for Monday night, I had a really bad night with no sleep. So I woke up like minutes before breakfast at 7:30am and I was so dead I can’t even remember what I had for breakfast. I think it was our leftover pasta from last night and some toast; that’s about all I remember. There was cereal as well but I didn’t bother. What I wanted especially was the coffee; had a latte mixed from powder and also come coffee that Kenny brought; surprisingly it was more than enough to keep me alive for the day, so yeah, go coffee!
As most of you should know, I have been gone the entire week on a Christian in Katoomba. KCC, Katoomba Christian Conference organises several functions throughout the year. This one in particular they newly named it “next generation”; which is a 5-day camp aimed at year 12 and above Christians who are leaders or will be leaders of a church group or something.
Anyway, the last 5-day camp I’ve ever been to was iLight back in ‘07 and those were perhaps the best 5 days of my life ever. Nevertheless I will try to match blog lengths here; slightly remembering that back then I had about 1500 words everyday, bringing a grand total to a 7500 word blog. This time round I will split this camp into a blog per day to make it easier.
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