Modernism lessons from the Guides
By September, both of my children will have flown the nest (at least for a while).
Which means that for the first time in about 20 years, I’ll have ALL of my waking hours free of commitments.
It sounds fantastic, but I’m under no illusions that I could get a bit bored, so I’ve been creating a list of things to do when the freedom really kicks in.
And as well as getting into chess again and a transatlantic cruise, I’ve decided to get back into Guiding.
I’ve been involved with Guiding since the age of 7, with all the ribbons to prove it.