And I’m only writing my second post. Not for lack of trying of course. But due to time, both with work, and with Girl Guides.
Since February my personal Guiding adventure has been a whirlwind of excitement, having done so many more things since attending the Girls Celebrate 2009 camp.
I have in fact started attending a second unit, as a Helper/Leader, in addition to the Lone Guiding Unit I help run. (More about Lone Guiding later). I’ve also been assigned the Training Coordinator role for my region, which takes up *a bit* of time but not as much as one would initially expect.
I also had the fantastic opportunity to attend the High Adventure Lead Your Way challenge week, at Our Chalet in Switzerland. An amazing experience, that I will be writing about for this blog over the next few weeks, I’d much like to get some background about Guiding and Scouting up before I do this though, so readers have a good feel for what the Association is all about, and why this was a fantastic experience, besides the opportunity to see another country.
And so I will leave you for now, and if you would like to here more about my Swiss adventure, you’d better stay tuned.