smtroop168 wrote:Not to get off aflmom's needs here but "A Scout is Obedient" is all I need to say. When I get to it, I'll explain the scenario to all in the Uniform Forum section.
Nothing like a teaser.
Looks like we're making progress. The guy that has had our son's eagle project since Dec. called and was yelling at him. The gist of the conversation was this:
guy: You're only 14
son: No, I'm 15.
guy: There's no rush. You still have 3 years of high school
son: No, I graduated high school and community college last December
guy: Well, you still won't be going off to college for a couple of years
son: Actually, I've already been accepted into a university for fall
I guess when the conversation ended, he apologized to our son for yelling and said he would get the project off.
Before all this took place, I had a call from council (3-4 people were there in the room) and we discussed the issue. They did find out the project hadn't been received by their office. Our son 'just happened' to call me from work (a rarity) and I told him about the phone conversation. He no sooner got off the phone from me when he received the irate phone call.
The bottom line is the guy has had the project since Dec. Every time our son checked with him, he said it was being taken care of. He also knew but probably forgot that our son graduated high school.
Was my son upset? Nope, some flaw in his personality enjoys confrontational situations and he was laughing afterwards. He also takes immense pleasure in remaining calm when another person is angry.