During my junior year of high school, I decided to spend the summer working at a summer camp for band students. It seemed like a great system because I would get paid a great amount of money to play games with kids, while also getting free meals plus housing. What could be bad about that? I think that I definitely underestimated a job where I would spend 95% of my day outside in the Summertime. Each day it felt like it got hotter plus hotter, yet there was not any flexibility to go inside as you pleased. I would try to plan activities that required a lot of laying down, little movement, or could be done in shaded, cooler areas. This was strenuous because I was a truly active guy and I normally loved to play activities plus run around. However, the heat made myself and others give up our love for activity. There were particular times of day that I looked forward to; 10am, 2pm, plus 5pm. There were the times that indoor activities were scheduled. When that cool air from the air conditioning would hit my face, it would be the biggest relief of the day. It was then that the whole day would catch up with myself and others plus I was able to actually like where I was plus what I was doing. The air conditioning was always so chilly that it just made you want to curl up plus take a nap. It was so difficult to get up plus leave it behind. Some of the camp counselors would find a way to extend their time in the air conditioning, by faking injuries plus illnesses, plus hiding and just avoiding certain activities when possible. This Summer proved to be truly long, and I never went to a summer camp again.