Sunday, May 23, 2010

Ha! Joke's on Me!

Gunnar called yesterday with an interesting offer.  He said the 1st Sgt that I had met at the FRG meeting was really impressed with me and would like me to consider taking a position as the new co-FRG leader.  (Apparently 1st Sgt Barber doesn't read this blog!)  He told Gunnar he appreciates that I speak well and am well educated and thinks I could really bring a lot to the Delta Company Family Readiness Group.  I am going to need a little time to think this one over.  The current co-FRG leader's husband is getting out of the Army in the fall, and that is when the position will be open.  I am so not involved with anything at Fort Bragg, this would definitely give me no excuses but I really don't know if I'm cut out for something like this.  Hmmmm.  I'll have to think this one over for a while. 

1 comment:

  1. Depending on the group of ladies/gentlemen you will be working with its not necessarily that bad. When the guys are home, theres really not much to do. When they leave its a different story. My husband has been in the military 19 yrs. I've run the FRG, and held numerous leadership positions. My best advice is check the drama at the door and remember some of these ladies are really young, they've never been on their own and their scared.
    Taking over as a Co-Leader will give you the time to adjust to full leadership.