It’s Girl Scout Cookie season! Check out this beautiful photo of Gen X Girl Scouts. They’re riding a float in a parade in Salina, Kansas, 1976. They’re members of the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland.
Once again, my little girl Bridgy is selling Girl Scout cookies. Typically, we go around the neighborhood, but this year, we ended up at my Alma Mater! I attended Southern Nazarene University where generations of Nazarenes send their kids. Turns out, we are all old enough to have kids in college. Where did the years go? Shouldn’t I be at Eldon Lyon Park with my jam box listening to all the Jesus songs by Echo and the Bunnymen?
Anyway, some of my college friends asked us to take their kids cookies. What an honor! It was so great being on campus. You can see some pictures of our trip on Facebook. I couldn’t miss an opportunity to visit the prayer chapel where I spent so much time. All the prayers we have ever prayed are still being heard and answered. I was so happy to show it to Sully and Bridgy. I took Juliette there on a previous visit to campus. It will always be one of my most favorite places in all the world.
If you need Girl Scout Cookies, hit us up! Bridgy would love to bring them to you. Here she is on a foggy morning, holding her American Girl dressed in the Girl-Scout green. I love this color so much. And, I love the little purple scarf. Bridgy loves being a Girl Scout. Selling cookies is a highlight of her year. Thank you to all our friends who have generously supported her efforts. You are wonderful!