Well, it’s that time again..
Time to sign up for camps.
Most of you know I have had some of the worst camp Experiences, due to my dyslexia.
People assume because I’m Not missing an ARM or have a Peanut Allergy, they don’t have to pay attention to what my Mom writes on the questionnaire they send us to fill out.
Why do they send it if they don’t read it? I never understand that.
Last year I was give a written test on the last day of Golf Camp.
First of all, when did they start giving written tests out at camp?
That wasn’t on the Golf Camp Website!
Not to mention my Mom spoke to the camp director in person to tell her that I was severely dyslexic & I go to a school for kids who learn differently & im not a great reader & I can’t really spell & I don’t comprehend what I read.
But, they still gave me the 4 page test.
I took it, but it was a mess & I was very anxious for no reason.
I hope Camps go better this year.
I’m attending this New Eagles Football camp. It is flag football, and Also a different golf camp this year.
My mom is filling out all the papers they send you & ask a bunch of questions about the camper (me) I just hope they actually read what my mom writes & share the info with the actual camp coaches etc. it will make my life a lot easier if they know I am not great with my lefts & rights & a bunch of other things. Hopefully they are understanding & patient & wont just think I’m being disobedient if I get stuff wrong.
Its not because I’m not trying. I always try my best.
Wish me luck with these new camps..
I have No choice but to keep trying.
I just wish most adult would actually listen & hear & understand what my differences are.
But it seems that if you don’t have a Visible disability (missing arm) they can’t understand you still have some weak areas that need to be understood & helped through.
My baseball coaches get me & tell me where to stand & help direct me as to where the play is going to be made etc.
I’m trying to be positive about going to my new camps.
I’ll keep u posted.