By Lauren

Camp Twin Lakes has been on my mind a lot lately.  As you may know, I just took the helm as the President of the Junior Board and Y’ALL (Young Adult Leadership League) and we’re having a REALLY fun time re-organizing and re-branding and dreaming up a BRAND NEW Signature Event to take the place of Camp Dance this year.

Also, I did a TON of shopping with my Partners Card these last 2 weeks.  (Not to brag – but I was a Partners Card maniac this year.  In particular, I got some AMAZING deals at Baby Braithwaite, FlyWheel Buckhead, Williams Sonoma, Michael Stars and Anthropologie.  It was a massacre on my AmEx.  It was awesome.)

But NOTHING is as fun or as rewarding as spending a day at camp.  Greg and I, along with about 20 other volunteers, went to Camp Twin Lakes (Rutledge) today and had a BLAST.  I just wanted to share some pictures that I lovingly ripped off of my darling friend Bjanca who came out with her hubs!

choose your adventure!

part of the ropes course!

Slide on the amazing tree house!

Nature trail and everyone's favorite totem pole

I mean we loved it.

Brad hauling away our debris. Go Team Debris!

Bjanca and me...totally rocking those rakes

Greg and Brad checking out the sundial

The dock looked gorgeous

It was an AWESOME day and totally what I needed right now.  My manicure is a little worse for the wear, but my attitude was greatly improved.

For those who don’t know - Camp Twin Lakes is a not-for-profit organization providing life-changing camp experiences for Georgia’s kids with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and other life challenges, and it’s basically the coolest place in the world.  The young professionals group (Y’ALL) is doing some really fun stuff right now – obviously more information to come, but if you’d like to get involved – please email me at  We’d LOVE to have ya!

Camp is totally one of my “happy” places.  Thanks for the awesome day, CTL.

xx, L

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