I found these at that Vintage show that Emily and I went to:
50 cents! Can you believe it?The 'Leadership' book has an interesting first page:
While I haven't really read either of them, a few things caught my eye as I perused them. I love the word, perused, don't you?
"Free time with nothing interesting to do leads to boredom, mischief, or unhappiness."
True, however I don't know of anyone who sat by garbage cans when they were bored.And suggestions for solving boredom derived mischief:
Why "Constructive leisure-time activities" that "develop resourceful and responsible young citizens" of course! Just look at how happy those formerly unruley girls are working in nature. Working out in nature, away from smelly garbage cans makes me happy too. Overall it's pretty good advice for everyone. If you have something creative and active to do, you won't be bored.
PittiPat and I were talking one time about our quilting projects, current and future and realized that neither of us has ever once heard a quilter say she/he was bored. Never. Not once.
I thought this was interesting:
The sentiments are good, however the whole calling and answering thing kind of wigs me out. Very, ummmmm, conformist? shall we say, to put it nicely.
And last, but certainly not least, the oath:
Speaking of Girl Scouts, this is the bag I made to give to the girl who sold the most cookies in her troop. I just think this fabric is so stinking cute!
Look at that raccoon, isn't he adorable?