Daisies’ Bridging Ceremony

I know. I have been terrible about writing on my blog. Someone told me the other day that they worked with a girl who knew me because she reads my blog? And i thought, “damn. She must be really bored.”

Anyway, here are some photos from the first grade bridging ceremony last week. Kindergarteners like Tiller received a diploma, and the first grade girls “bridged” to Brownies, and received their brown vests.

Doing the girl scout pledge thingie with the three fingers. Tiller is beside the kid in the pink shirt.

Doing the girl scout pledge thingie with the three fingers. Tiller is beside the kid in the pink shirt.

Tiller doing the little gang sign and handshake. Then she got a little diploma. She is a cutie patootie.

Tiller doing the little gang sign and handshake. Then she got a little diploma. She is a cutie patootie.

Then all the girls and their parents and siblings held hands in a big circle and they girls sang some girl scout song. I lurked in the trees taking pictures.

Then all the girls and their parents and siblings held hands in a big circle and the girls sang some girl scout song. I lurked in the trees taking pictures.

Seriously. This stuff really happens in real life. Really. Handholding and vests and singing as a group.

Seriously. This stuff really happens in real life. Really. Handholding and vests and singing as a group.

Four of the Daisies - Sadie, Anna, Sydney, and Tills. Yes, she is kind of a giant.

Four of the Daisies - Sadie, Anna, Sydney, and Tills. Yes, she is kind of a giant.

Okay, so i won’t promise I’ll post again soon, but you never know. . . Last day of school is Thursday – i might have more time for posting. . might!

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9 comments

  • My girl scouts refuse to wear the vests and refuse to sing in a circle holding hands. They do walk around singing the same song under their breath while they work on crafts though. I remember when it was “I like to move it move it”. I never thought I’d miss that song, but now that they bop around singing Adele, I miss it terribly.

    We do end every meeting in a circle, holding hands, passing a squeeze along though. That much they will stand for.

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