||[Jul. 23rd, 2010|03:50 pm]
The Question Club
TQC, I got myself into a pickle. My parents are divorced, and so I usually go back and forth between them during summers and weekends. I'm home for the summer, and both my parents made plans and bought tickets for the same day. My mom bought hers first, told me a general time for the event, like end of July, beginning of August. It's for a baseball game with her work, one of the biggest corporate events at the ballpark, and her work is where I'm volunteering - so I think it would be a great networking opportunity for me, in addition to being a lot of fun. And then my dad bought tickets after for a specific date, giving me options, and then I told them to just pick a date. It's for the musical Young Frankenstein, which I'm not very excited for, (I'm not a fan of Mel Brooks), and the tickets are pretty expensive.|
My dad initially said it seemed fair to go with whomever got the tickets first, which would be my mom. But I feel bad, considering his tickets are expensive and he gave me options for dates and tried to make sure I would go. Of course I should have looked at the dates ahead of time, consulted my mom, but this has never happened to me before!
What should I do?