what a rush
Ronald Dean (redean@WORLDNET.ATT.NET)
Sat, 20 Jul 1996 13:56:17 GMT
It's quite a rush to go up to the school and have your Scouts greet you
(loudly) in the hall.
That it is! We have 2 paid "drill seargents" that unfortunately are our
cafateria monitors. The kids have all sorts of name for them some of which
can not be repeated here. Anyway , when I stop in to have lunch with my
son,all the boy's in my Den greet me, some loudly. This does not sit well
with the monitors. One time a boy turned in his seat just to wave hello, and
was reprimanded. I remind them of the rules, but neglect no one.
I know if those boy's will risk a reprimand to greet me I must be doing
something right. Yes, I do stand up for them one and all. I have explained
to these ladies who I am. They did not take it well when I suggested they
move around the room and interact with the children and get to know them.
Now they will not speak to me.
For the moment all I can do is respond with a smile as I'm glared at. I get
my rush and they get more ulcers. <G>
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City