Here's the cute house that he lives at. Cameron is 23 and graduated from Bible college a year ago. He's taking a year off and then will start school again in the fall to obtain his Master's degree. In the meantime, he's working at Target and living in this little house with a couple of roommates and enjoying life!
He wanted to get cleaned up and out of his Target uniform, so we stopped by his house first so he could change before we went out to dinner.
There, that's better! He's all showered and changed, so we'll head out for dinner. While we're here though, let's get some pictures of his room. First of all, I was quite impressed with how clean and tidy it was! He was laughing because I guess just a few days ago there were mountains of laundry and junk with basically a trail to his bed!
This is his kitty, Ethel, she's such a funny cat! She's Cameron's cat, but the guys have all adopted her as the house cat! I love that antique map of the Holy Land he has on his wall. I actually found that for him at a church rummage sale. I think it is an old Sunday school map. I also really like that funky lamp. He found that at a thrift store when he was first looking for furniture.
He found this neat buffet table at a garage sale. It's a really cool one because it is also a room divider and has the shelves on this side and drawers on the other side. I could just see this in an old Cary Grant/Dorris Day movie placed in an uptown New York apartment and used as a wet bar to fix dry martinis!
It's very eclectic and cool, yet warm and cozy. Notice the large round yellow and brown ball sitting on his end table? This is another treasure that I found for him at a rummage sale. It is an old ophthalmology model and is made of real wood! It is so vintage and cool. It comes all apart and you can see the different parts of the eye! I'm thinking that it was probably a model used in medical school or perhaps it was purchased by an ophthalmologist to use to share things with his patients about their eyes.
But what I am really proud of is what he has written on these doors, on one door he has jotted some ideas about God and on the other door he has jotted down ideas for the book he is writing! The notes on the left side, his notes about God, especially touch me. He said that he and his friend Megan love to talk deeply about God and love to dissect thoughts and ideas about God's attributes.
"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6