Re: I survived my Vigil..<g>
David E. Byrd, Ii (DEB3291@TNTECH.EDU)
Mon, 13 Jun 1994 10:11:24 -0500
>name and have even learned how to pronounce it. I also managed to get my
>brand new sash dirty after having it for only an hour <groan>...
Did it happen while you were performing Cheerful Service? If so,
then you are worthy of the Arrow. I'll never forget a few years ago when a
guy my age got his Vigil on Friday night of an Ordeal, and then spent most
of Saturday asleep. To top that, he was encouraged to by another Vigil!
Sorry about the reply to the entire list, but I felt like making a
point: make sure you remember what OA membership is all about. I now will
dismount my soapbox.
David Byrd firstname.lastname@example.org
Brotherhood OA member
Alumnus of Troop 63, Erwin, TN (Sequoyah Council)
Tau Epsilon Chapter, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity
No current unit
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