Today ended up being another day without much opportunity for taking photos. With guests on the Laurelville grounds until noon, I stayed busy with hosting in the morning and then closing buildings until early evening.
So instead of an artistic and aesthetically pleasing photo today, I’m giving you another “slice-of-life” photo. This is my desk, plus other office space that I seem to be annexing. Here’s what I see, when I look at the picture…
- My computer.
- Two different coats for the crazy weather we’ve been having.
- Towels for drying off the seat of my work vehicle, which has a roof but no sides.
- Coffee mugs. Many coffee mugs.
- The Clipboard. Yes – it’s capitalized. It has all the information needed for the weekend groups.
- My half-gallon water tank.
- Cereal bowls from hastily eaten meals.
- A tub of lost-and-found items that guests forgot to take with them.
- A map of the Laurel Highlands.
- My bulletin board with bits of wisdom and inspiration, as well as the schedule for the coming month.
- Phone numbers and note tablet for when I need to answer the camp phone.
- Extra pair of shoes.
- Supplies for starting campfires (including a torch!).
- Batteries for smoke detectors.
- Makeshift window blind for sunny days (made from a sheet of brown paper).
- Liturgical calendar.
- Umbrella, just barely peeking out.
- Extra garbage bags.