tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post8079325666217644082..comments2015-10-02T09:32:35.093-05:00Comments on Shelly Wildman: Why I Let My Daughter Go To Camp for Seven Weeks Shelly Wildman####noreply@blogger.comI wholeheartedly agree Shelly! As hard as it is to...I wholeheartedly agree Shelly! As hard as it is to say goodbye to Anna Joy for her weeks at camp (3 last year and maybe 7 next year), she comes home full of joy, confidence, and with a whole new level of maturity. Last year when I protested about Advance Camp being 3 weeks, she said, &quot;But mom, HRC is where I can really experience God and grow in my faith!&quot; Who can argue with that? I am amazed that, after hearing tales of 8 hour, lost in the woods hikes, drinking water full of sticks and dirt, large bugs, cold water, rainy camping trips, that she still wants to go back!Holly Setran####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-64365454645829007962014-08-12T13:44:01.465-05:002014-08-12T13:44:01.465-05:00good mamagood mamaAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-62341415247346080122014-08-08T09:24:27.912-05:002014-08-08T09:24:27.912-05:00GOOD FOR YOU. It&#39;s hard, yes, but it&#39;s so...GOOD FOR YOU. It&#39;s hard, yes, but it&#39;s so good. And absence really does make the heart grow fonder, doesn&#39;t it? :)Richella Parham####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-91409732807541180332014-08-08T07:00:17.191-05:002014-08-08T07:00:17.191-05:00Have a wonderful reunion. Fondly, GlendaHave a wonderful reunion.<br /><br />Fondly,<br />GlendaGLENDA CHILDERS####noreply@blogger.com