||[Jun. 20th, 2008|01:42 pm]
Justin and I are NEVER going to plan a trip with a group of people again! It's too much hassle. Next year, if anybody wants to go anyplace, they can plan everything and see how much is involved. |
Basically, the dates have been in place for at least 2 weeks and the trip is not for another week and a half. Work, family vacations, school, whatever. It really shouldn't be that difficult to come up with a definitive answer. yes or no. What do people have against requesting a day or two off (this is the main thing and it has happened with at least half of the people involved)? I, like probably everyone else, don't have my schedule yet, so I don't know for sure, but I at least put in the request more than 3 weeks before the 2 days, so I'm counting on having it off (and if not, I guess I'll be trying to trade days with people).
The group is changing constantly and it's getting beyond ridiculous. It would be nice to actually have something go off without any problems and without people being so damn wishy-washy.
Anyway, day 1 is basically taken care of. But if people drop out, it's just going to raise everyone else's prices. Day 2, I reserved the hotel rooms and Justin has gotten the water park tickets. So if anybody else decides to not go on day 2, they're still going to be out the money for the waterpark. I can change the room reservations, but the waterpark stuff can't be changed.
UGH!!!!!!! I'm just so frustrated! I'm not a parent, and I shouldn't have to act as one.
Whatever. In the words of Andrew: I'm over it.