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You say Trefoils, I say Shortbread. Why Girl Scout cookies have different names

Little Brownie Baker Girl Scout Cookies

We are in FULL Girl Scout cookie mode around here. We take our girls door to door and sell as many cookies as we can. Our oldest daughter has a very ambitious goal of 1000 boxes of cookies. Thankfully, our youngest has already met her goal of 24 boxes. Last week I told you 10 Reasons Why You Should Not Sell Girl Scout Cookies, I’m adding one more to the list. We’ve run into a lot of people wanting cookies that we do not have. Less than a hundred miles away, the “other” cookies are being sold and people want to know why there are different names for Girl Scout cookies. You say Trefoils, I say Shortbread, did you know those are pretty much the same cookie? continued

Kindness matters: How we are spreading kindness

When we were kicking off the new year for Girl Scouts, I wanted to find a way to get the girls to open up to each other and figure out a way to offer kind thoughts to one another. One of our Greater Ink shirts is Kindness is Contagious and I knew it would be a fun project, spreading kindness with kindness rocks.

Kindness matters continued

Girl Scout Bridging Ceremony

Girl Scout Bridging Ceremony

I can’t believe how fast this school year went by. We completed our last Daisy Scout meeting a couple weeks ago and had been eagerly awaiting our Girl Scout Bridging Ceremony. The girls were thrilled to finally be bridging to Brownies. I wanted the ceremony to be short and sweet, but full of meaning for the girls.  continued

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