..before I explode! I was very sick the night of Jeannie's last GS meeting, so I called the leader and said Jeanne would not be there, but please let me know what she needs to work on. I got no reply. Tonight I get an email that the troop is short on helpers for an activity this Saturday! UGH! I replied back and told the leader I don't appreciate her unprofessionalism, and she's keeping a GS from meeting her requirements and participating in activities. I told her I think that's behavior not becoming of a GS leader. Now- before anyone moans about this dead horse-- I've told Jeannie awhile back that this is her final year in that troop. She'll be a Junior next year, and it will be a good time to move on. I didn't go into the whole story, but I said I'm not changing my mind this time. I told her if there's no opening for her in any other troop, I'll sign her up as a Juliette. I'm already trying to secure her a spot in another troop for next year, though. I know she will miss it, but she's just going to have to get over it. Lol- Mama's got a brand new bag, huh?? That leader's gall is outrageous.She won't tell me about the activity since Jeannie missed the information at the meeting,but she'll tell me now that she's shorthanded?? If I thought it would do any good, I'd send a letter to GS, listing what I believe are her unprofessional behaviors. Hurry up, May!