Life continues past the months of June, July, and August and so must the counselors of Day Camp.

2.09.2007

wow

so who's coming back...
roll call.

17 Comments:

Blogger Christopher said...

Are you comming back dark?

6:58 PM

 
Blogger Dan said...

Is it that time again? I didn't realize Bob was sending the e-mails out yet.

7:03 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Well, for me that remains to be seen. I did apply, however.

10:05 PM

 
Blogger Nova said...

I applied too but haven't heard...

11:07 PM

 
Blogger Dan said...

Well, then, in case anyone cares, I applied for and was accepted to Kidder Creek adventure staff.

11:23 PM

 
Blogger Lark said...

what???Kidder Creek? are you serious?

1:48 AM

 
Blogger Michael K. said...

I applied for Director of Worship, Summer Staff Director, Head of Paintball, and Bob Russell. They offered me dining. See y'all at New Years.

10:13 AM

 
Blogger Nova said...

haha, i can totally see gator in a raft trying to keep his camera dry and yelling at his campers to paddle faster!

12:25 PM

 
Blogger Spiffer said...

I'm planning and praying. I'd love to come back. We'll see...

12:39 PM

 
Blogger Christopher said...

I'm entering talks with Chris on Monday.

8:23 PM

 
Blogger Dan said...

Camping and watersports have always been passions of mine.

10:21 AM

 
Blogger Michael K. said...

The outdoors do it for me.

11:32 AM

 
Blogger Fisher-man said...

Any room for another pompous blowhard? Sounds like Gator and Jav might have that locked up. I guess I'm out of luck.

2:15 PM

 
Blogger Lark said...

gul·li·ble (gŭl'ə-bəl) Pronunciation Key
adj. Easily deceived or duped, a person by the name of Lark


some etymology for you:

gullible
1793 (implied in gullibility), earlier cullibility (1728), probably connected to gull, a cant term for "dupe, sucker" (1594), which is of uncertain origin. It is perhaps from the bird (see gull (n.)), or from verb gull "to swallow" (1530, from O.Fr. goule, from L. gula "throat," see gullet); in either case with a sense of "someone who will swallow anything thrown at him." Another possibility is M.E. dial. gull "newly hatched bird" (1382), which is perhaps from O.N. golr "yellow," from the hue of its down.

2:43 PM

 
Blogger Christopher said...

Ha, you're funny Larky!

As for me, I wasn't fooled for a second.

2:56 PM

 
Blogger Frodo said...

Ha! I must admit...that first comment did make me laugh Lark.

8:54 PM

 
Blogger rudy said...

im sorry but did anyone notice that christopher called lark: Dark?

12:00 AM

 

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