Growing up, I was a Girl Scout for many years. The girls in my troop were without a doubt my best friends, and my leaders were positive and permanent role models in the way I live my life even today. It was, all in all, an outstanding experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything – not even all the badges in the world. As it was, for all of the years I was an actual scout, the number of badges we actually earned were very few. It was almost as if one night around a campfire the leaders looked at each other and said, “we don’t need no steenking badges!” and they erupted into hearty belly laughs.
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