scouts-l Mail Archive for November of 1999: Re: Differences of Opinion in a Scouting Household
Sharon Hill (avonhill@HOME.COM
Sat Nov 27 1999 - 14:21:16 CST
Hello, just to let you know, we do our Pinewood your way. The three
finlaists race at the cub olympics derby.
I want to let you know how lucky you are to have a husband to be dedicated
to scouts with you. At leasy it gives you more intellegent conversations to
'argue' about. My husband, Chris, is our sons Tiger partner, and he does go
all the pack meetings and events with us, I am a Webelos 1 leader with our
oldest son. But that is as far as it goes. I never offers opinions on scout
matters and we really do not discuss much, he justs listens to me rattling
on. It's same old thing all the time, everyone in the pack loves Chris. He
is friendly to everyone, funny, and always volunteers to help ( everyone but
me ). Last year he volunteered to be the packs trip coordinater, I did all
that work too.
Keep up the great team work. You should have so many fond memories to fall
back on in the far future.
Sharon Hill - Webelos 1 leader
Central New Jersey Council
There are only three ways of scouting - "Lead, follow, or get out of the