Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Spur of the moment

I am defiantly not a spontaneous girl. I’m the person that plots things out way ahead of time and when things don’t go according to plan I freak out a little.

Today a huge opportunity for me to actually be spontaneous came up and now I’m stalling because… well I don’t really know why I’m stalling. Here’s the deal.

My friend invited me to go to Mexico. We would leave THIS Saturday. It is a really great deal, flight and all-inclusive resort for around $1,100. I mean who wouldn’t want to drop everything and go to a beach with 85-degree weather?? Well apparently this girl.

Here’s what is holding me back.

I am supposed to go to see my college friends this weekend and they all got tickets to a dinner/theater. While it was only 20 bucks I would feel terrible about bailing out at the last minute. Plus I haven’t seen then in so long. Does this make me a horrible friend?

Also I wouldn’t really know anyone on this trip. Besides my best friend and one other girl who I don’t really like. I can occasionally be super awkward when meeting new people.

While it is a good deal, I’m not sure I want to be spending that much money right now.

I would be leaving my boss in a jam, but not so bad that I couldn’t make it work.

I still have a new puppy at home, and I would actually miss him a lot. I’m like a new mother.

So here I am sitting going back and forth about what I should do. I am terrible at making decisions, especially when there is a time limit. I don’t want to make the wrong choice and miss out on something great. I’m just so lost and confused.

What would you do????


Karen said...

I say don't go. You clearly have reservations about saying yes for a reason.

And as someone who just booked a trip to an all-inclusive, I have to say that $1100 is not really the most amazing/can't pass up price. Our week in Paradise Island all-inclusive with alcohol, airfare and swimming with the dolphins was only $790.

You have probably already decided to go...LOL. Have a great time!

erin - heart in ireland said...

It sounds like you have reservations about it and you are looking forward to seeing college friends.

Maybe you and some college friends (or whomever) can plan something fun for the future?

Good luck on making the decision!