Saying “have a good day” without saying “have a good day” at camp.


I’ve been trying to find a new way to say “have a good day” as I leave my son at day camp each day. I don’t want to nag. I don’t want my words to get lost in the routine hustle of day-to-day.

So far I’ve used:

“Be the kid I know you are.”

“Be the love you want.”

“Be the kid you’d like your sister to be.”

“Be the kindness we all need”

“Be the friend someone’s waiting for.”

“Find the smile in everyone.”

“Treat the day like there’s a cookie behind every corner.”

We’ve got 7 days of camp left, wish me luck.


Mrs Undad

One Comment Add yours

  1. Carol Budd says:

    Great comments to use upon departure


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