I coach a little league pigskin team for various to eight-year-old kiddos. Our organization includes pigskin players & cheerleaders from age several up to fourteen years of age. Every one of us have over two hundred adolescents involved & a whole bunch of local volunteer head coaches & assistant coaches. Scheduling practices & games, handling all sorts of insurance forms & taking care of the necessary fund raising is a lot of work. There’s certainly also the need for equipment, uniforms & apparel. Since all of the available coaches take on various responsibilities, I volunteered to handle the apparel order. It certainly was a lot more time, effort, stress & work than I expected. I needed to get all of the team adolescents fitted for uniforms & the correct spelling of their names for the back. Every single parent from the team had an opinion on the type of the jersey & some even proposed changing our team colors entirely, then although it was up to me to choose what style of apparel the two of us would eventually offer the parents & adolescents for sale, lots of people had ideas for me & argued my choices from the get-go. I spent quite a bit of time working up an order form, getting the forms handed out & dedicatedly collecting money. Organizing the order & consulting with the print business took forever. Whenever the order arrived at the print shop, I drove there to opportunity it up. I filled the entire bed of my truck with boxes of T-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys & caps. It was my responsibility from that moment to get everything handed out. Handling all the weird aspects of the apparel order was such a bigger hassle than I anticipated, & I’ll never do it again.