Let’s say that a good political friend is organizing a blow-out election protection forum. Let’s also say that you’ve agreed to do something you’ve never done and organize tabling for said event.
Should you concentrate on the unwieldy task of telling people who can put what tables where? Or, when there appears to be a vacuum in the ranks of responsibility, should you also take on the role of volunteer coordinator, something else you’ve never done before and something that promises to be even more fraught with danger?
Guess which path your intrepid heroine has chosen.
At least we seem to have a surplus of volunteers jumping out of the wordwork for this…