While in Charleston, I told Matt I wanted to put the boys in summer camp for two weeks so they could have more exposure to other children and so that I could spend some time working on research papers (tenure still looms …). It was great for all involved. The first day I dropped them off and realized I had a full 6 hours to myself I had to restrain myself from jumping up in the air and yelling ‘Yes!’ It felt amazing to be working again. Week 1 was a science camp. Let me tell you, nothing impresses a parent more than having their kids come home talking about Isaac Newton, creating planetary systems, and shooting off a homemade rocket that goes about 200 yards in the air. The next week was a more traditional camp with games, archery, Legos, etc. It was nice to be off-duty for a while and use a different part of my brain.