I’m just going to start off by saying uniforms in the 80s were not designed for those with sensory processing disorder. Of course, nobody had even HEARD of sensory processing disorder, so I’m not blaming anyone. If you were wearing something that made you jump out of your skin, you just learned to deal with it.
I keep meaning to really sit down and put some thoughts down about some serious topics lately, but I’ve only had time for these quick hits. Here’s another one!
So if you’re going to some Girl Scout shindig, and you would like to wear something GS (as you should) and your insignia tab at the same time, here’s what it looks like if you try to pin the tag where it really ought to go: Continue reading
At National Center West, you could choose from a long list of various activities and sessions. One activity that I participated in was a hike to a river. Unfortunately at the time, I had one of those cheap Kodak 110 cameras that took horrible pictures at the time that look even worse now. I’ll scan some in from time to time, but just know that there’s really not a lot that I can share. Continue reading
While doing looking up Council’s Own badges, I came across the Farthest North Girl Scout Council website, and I just have to say that I love the header for their website! Love the aurora borealis and snowflake graphics!
FWIW, I think my girls would have a hard time earning the Dog Musher badge here in South Carolina.