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It’s Friday and Girl Scout Troop 404 has taken over my blog
A few weeks ago I had the esteemed pleasure of visiting with Girl Scout Troop 404 in York Beach for a blogging workshop. The Juniors are learning about storytelling and Cadettes were working on media. I tried to weigh in as best I could about blogging, social media and what I do on a daily basis. So without further adieu, I’m going to let Troop 404 be your guest bloggers for the day. Take it away, ladies!
I interviewed Colleen. She likes to play on her iPod and when she’s bored, she likes to play with her sister’s hair. Her shirt is from Aeropostale. She loves to play softball and basketball.
Photo and interview by Amanda
I interviewed Amanda Ramsdell. She is ten years old and she grew up in York, ME. She has dark brown short hair and blue eyes. She plays soccer and has four siblings. She was wearing a pretty yellow green and pink flower dress and a black short cover over it with no buttons from Savers and earrings from Savers. (Editor’s note: I gotta get to Savers!)
Photo and interview by Colleen
I met Sophia Roe today. She is nine and had really cool socks and pj’s. She said that she got her socks from her sister and pj’s from Target. She has cats and a hermit crab, 4 siblings and loves gymnastics and her favorite color is purple. She likes to shop at Justice.
Interview by Alea
Ruby is 10 years old and loves to shop at Old Navy. Her favorite pieces of clothing are t-shirts and socks. She loves to listen to “Little Talks” by Of Monsters and Men.
Interview by Emma
Mairead is 13 years old and grew up in York. She likes to play field hockey, swim and ride her bike. She also loves to travel and is interested in acting.
Interview and photo by Christina
Christina, age 10, grew up in York, Maine. She just came back from school and is wearing a school team t-shirt and comfy, black pants. She likes to play sports including gymnastics, field hockey and lacrosse.
Photo and interview by Mairead
Thanks for the great interviews girls! And for taking your job so seriously!
Where you go is up to you.