If you’re an active member of society, you’re well aware by now that it’s Girl Scout Cookie season. I’ve loved these cookies since I was a little girl; my favorites are the Tagalongs, (now called Peanut Butter Patties, but I hold steadfast to my old school cookie terminology).
I was a Girl Scout leader for many years. Girl Scouts provides the gold standard in being an amazing leadership program for girls; teaching them to discover, connect and take action within their communities. My daughters have both loved selling cookies, and have developed a loyal customer base. Our friends and family constantly lament about their cookie addiction. Who HASN’T polished off an entire sleeve of Thin Mints? Don’t lie.
I’ve often referred to myself as a “Cookie Pusher”, and I’m constantly receiving cookie related recipes and humor. Want to know how to make Thin Mint Truffles, Shortbread Pie Crust, or which wines go best with your favorite co0kies? I’m your girl.
Hope you enjoy this fun photo montage in the lighthearted and fun spirit that’s intended. No girls were harmed in the making of this series; and yes, we ate the cookies when we were done.
I give you, “COOKIE PUSHERS”.
(Note: these photos are satirical in nature, and are not intended to represent official Girl Scout photos, nor official Girl Scout activities. Ritzy Parties, Inc. is not affiliated with or endorsed by Girl Scouts of America.)
Concept, styling: Ritzy Parties, Inc., http://www.ritzyparties.com
Photography Editing: Nicole Anderson, http://www.topepperwithlove.com