I think I know the answer, but wanted to check with ya'll first..(someone here will set it straight, and straight out so... here goes). All things considered i do OK, i would rather make more than i do, and an opportunity has come round that would allow me to pursue my career to the next level. Problem is its in nebraska, and i'm in virginia.. I personally don't have a problem moving there, nor does anyone in the family, but everytime i try to think it through i get this song stuck in my head. (more on this in a sec). In addition to work and family, i am also a cub scout den leader, my oldest son is a wolf scout (well the actual oldest is a marine, but with the current mrs.) the second one is a tiger cub, and i am the den leader for his den. We recently went to cub scout summer camp. all the career stuff started before that so has fried the ol crania thinking about it. I understand that what's right is never easy and what is easy is seldom right. the song that keeps coming up goes like this... softly falls the light of day, as my campfire fades away, silently each scout should ask have i done my daily task have i kept my honor bright, can i guiltless sleep tonight, have i done and have i dared everything to be prepared. I think the part that kicked the hardest is when one of my cubs asked who was gonna teach em to fish next year at camp, he dont' see his father (for reasons unknown) and mom works all the time so no time to go i suppose, and when he found out i took a bunch of the wolves fishing at camp his eyes lit up like the 4th o july... there in lies the dilemma brothers, all opinions welcome, as long as they are honest.