What's the adult, mature way of saying "I told you so"?
So, I don't know if you remember my post a few months ago about recommending new divisions for softball. If you don't, here is a quick recap:
Our league probably has the most softball players than surrounding leagues BUT we broke down the league into 4 divisions which means only 3 teams are in each division and outside leagues are not interleaguing with us because their divisions don't align with our divisions. Also, the board members felt that WE had the divisions right and THEY should change their divisions. As a result, instead of changing it to have only 3 divisions (to have more teams per division and its better for development purposes), they argued with me to keep the divisions as they are and we are stuck in the same situation as we have always been.
Well, the Vice President for softball went to district meeting and the DISTRICT is mandating all the leagues in the district to change their divisions - which, ironically, aligns the same exact way as I had proposed! hahahahahaha
Several emails have been passed back and forth and not ONE person wants to admit or acknowledge that it is the same idea I had brought to the board. hahahahahaha
I do want to say something but in an adult, mature way because how they treated me and argued with me was ridiculous. I mean, one guy wanted to walk out of the meeting because he didn't agree with what I was saying. I don't necessarily want to say "I told you so" but I feel like I have the right to say something.