The time has come to deliver the Girl Scout cookies. Anna and Emily do a great job selling cookies in the neighborhood, but a majority of their boxes sold are to the many nurses in the ER at work. Since I work 35 miles away, this means the boxes get packaged up and sent with me for delivery.
The girls do a great job putting all the orders in individual sacks that are tagged with the persons name and the amount due. A nice touch is the personalized thank you card written by one of the girls placed inside the bag.
The real problem…the ER is staffed by nurses that work different shifts and different days. Therefore, waiting for the times our schedules match, I will drive back and forth to work for the next 2 weeks with Girl Scout cookies in the back of my car (awesome if I ever get stuck in the snow).
Finally, the cartoon is for those of you that see Girl Scout cookies the same way I do – they always arrive after the holidays ten-pound weight gain and New Years resolutions!
I don’t remember when we got this much snow that lasted as long as it did. It started snowing here in Kansas City on Christmas Eve…and we haven’t seen the ground yet. It finally got above freezing yesterday and some melting has started to happen, but I think it’s still gonna be with us for a while.
Playing in the snow can be such fun – you don’t even care how cold you are (or if your four legs can’t keep your belly out of it).
Anna and Emily finally headed back to school today. Despite just finishing a long Christmas break, school was called off for several days upon their scheduled return due to severe cold and snow.
All I can report is that sanity is once again preserved!
While on break, Linda and the girls went to D.C. to visit Linda’s sister/family. Included was the National Zoo, National Botanical Gardens, and the National Aquarium. It was good to have them back home.
The opening of 2010 brings a new year, a new decade, and a new attempt at chronicling the happenings of the Featherstons in Kansas.
Family, work, play, school, music, church – it’s all what makes us who we are.