I can’t resist Girl Scout cookies. Sure, I have a weakness is for Thin Mints and Trefoils, but more than that, it’s for the girls (and their parents) who work countless hours during sales season.
Sales happen because Girl Scouts pound the pavement, spend chilly afternoons at folding tables outside grocery stores and call all their relatives asking if they would like a box – or 10.
I made my first purchase of the year from my cousin’s sweet daughter, Maisie, who is in the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma Troop 438. I’ve also bought from friends’ and neighbors’ kids. And not one box will go to waste, especially knowing the proceeds provide amazing leadership experiences for girls around Tulsa.