A Recipe For Camp Tradition

When people learn that I spend one week every summer at a camp for diabetic teenagers, I generally get one of three reactions: “You really enjoy spending your time away from teaching with teenagers?” “That’s a great idea. What types of activities do you do?” “You go a whole week without eating sugar?” The first two make me smile; the last one makes me laugh. Even though I’m not diabetic, I respect the camp rules. But I do admit there …

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One comment on “A Recipe For Camp Tradition

  1. Carey Ardner on said:

    Oh Beth- Smunchies are definitely the best camp memory! We loved making them for everyone (even if that meant standing guard in front of the freezer to ward off Smunchie thieves)! Have a great time at camp this year- maybe I’ll be back in the years to come?!?!?!?

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