Keep it simple. Adults and children can agree that a wedding is about one thing: love. Your fiance, family and friends should be the focus of the wedding. Getting caught up in the details of the linen selection or the brand-name of the bridesmaid dresses won’t make the day more enjoyable for you or your guests. When a seemingly tough question arises, consider your fiance, your family and your friends, and then make a decision from the heart.
Solution: Leaders should help all Scouts find an unit that can accomodate the boy’s schedule or help them enter the Lone Scout program should there not be a meeting night that is convienent to the Scout’s family.
Why couldn’t that work for you? Imagine this, Johnny or Jane has to go to school. You wake them up, feed them, and then they calmly step into the transporter. You hand them their lunch, blow them a kiss, and with a big smile on your face, you push the button. Your child turns into a million little energy pieces before your eyes and then disappears. They are off to school, and you are on your way to a relaxing cup of coffee and a leisurely reading of the paper before you start your day. No yelling at kids to hurry up– No racing out to the car half-dressed, a piece of dry toast hanging from your mouth.