I’m supposed to be up in the mountains with the family and the Girl Scout troop today, rock-hounding. Instead, I’m at home with a migraine. Ick. And this is the very last event with the old troop.
I did finally tell everybody this week that since I still haven’t found a co-leader, I won’t be leading the old troop this year. I still feel guilty, but I also feel that a big load is off my shoulders. And we started the process of finding new troops for our girls.
I’ll happily volunteer to be a co-leader (not the main leader) for one of their troops if one is needed, but I don’t think I can do justice to a troop as the main leader because of health issues. I plan to maintain my status as a trained leader and certified first-aider, just in case. And we may go ahead and get the camping training finished, too, if Sam agrees. There’s never any harm in learning new things or being available as a resource to their troops.
I could sit here and get a lot of stitching done today, but unfortunately, that isn’t really compatible with migraines. Actually, there’s very little that I can get accomplished when I have a migraine. They’re very inconvenient and non-productive.