I’m not a weak human by any measure. I have a strong brain and body, and I exercise both on a frequent basis. That being said, there are certain things I just can’t endure. First of all, I have dire panic attacks when confronted with current social situations thanks to our dire social anxiety. Secondly, I’m not cut out for patience tests, such as waiting in line or resting in traffic, and I will do just about anything to avoid such scenarios. Lastly, I’m not good when it comes to camping, apparently. I never thought that camping would be an issue for me, because I sincerely appreciate being in the outdoors. I think what I never considered was the difference between moving outdoors and being stagnant outdoors, which are several honestly odd situations. When you aren’t moving around, you really start to notice things like awful air quality and frightening airborne disturbances that are not hard to overlook when you’re on the move. As soon as I settled in for our camping experience, I was well aware of the boiling and stagnant outdoor air quality that day. I heard every bug howling from the trees, which normally would be droned out by the continual buzzing of our trusty central cooling. I also couldn’t’ help but uselessly swat at tons of pesky airborne insects, endlessly swarming around our head. I tried our darndest to calm down and sleep that night, but the boiling and sticky air coupled with all the flying intruders made sure that I didn’t sleep a wink. Next time, maybe I’ll consider going if there is an air conditioned camper.