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Grrrrrr.... aquaintance partying and signing with someone else.

etteluap70PC

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I'm flippin ticked!

The mom of one of my former scouts (who I did ask to host when she was involved with my troop) I just found out via FB that she is having a party, well good for her... and is signing up... ugh... I was already a bit miffed when her daughter rejoined scouts this year with a different troop. (This other leader is boring from what I have heard from many friends that had kids in her troop.) Ok that is a bit catty of me... :grumpy: I had really reached out to this child since she had some health issues that I could identify with.

oh well on to the next one right!
 

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Bless and release
 

etteluap70PC

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Yeah... just needed to get it out... :D
 

ChefBeckyD

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Hate it when that happens! ((((hugs))))
 

pamperedpals

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Sorry to hear that happened to you. That just means your next recruit will be a go getter and blow your socks off! :D
 

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BTDT! It is tough not to be frustrated. But, like they say, bless and release!
 

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You have been given great advice! It is always difficult when something like this happens, I find for myself that I live by the "everything happens for a reason" philosophy. I also am of the mindset that I want people on my team that want to be on my team-they might choose someone else for whatever reason and that's okay with me, I wish them the best, maybe their comfort level is with someone other than me?..but whatever reason we are all in the same business. I realize it isn't easy at first when it's you in this situation-if we readjust our perspective of it, it can help.
 

etteluap70PC

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You have been given great advice! It is always difficult when something like this happens, I find for myself that I live by the "everything happens for a reason" philosophy. I also am of the mindset that I want people on my team that want to be on my team-they might choose someone else for whatever reason and that's okay with me, I wish them the best, maybe their comfort level is with someone other than me?..but whatever reason we are all in the same business. I realize it isn't easy at first when it's you in this situation-if we readjust our perspective of it, it can help.

Yup... I have been in biz long enough that I totally know all this... I mostly needed to rant for a minute. I am over it and wish her well.
 

smart2cook

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Smiling-we all have those moments! Hugs to you!
 

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That stinks. Need me to do a little ankle kicking? LOL!
 

etteluap70PC

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That stinks. Need me to do a little ankle kicking? LOL!

thanks for the offer Rae, but na... she isn't worth it but if you are EVER in my neck of the woods you can stop by for a hot cup of whatever suits you...
 

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Turns out I know the consultant she is signing with. She is a nice gal and will be a good leader. I just hope the gal signing will not flake on her.
 

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