SEPTEMBER 29TH IS NATIONAL COFFEE DAY, SO HAPPY NATIONAL COFFEE DAY!
I tell people I do yoga and I think they assume I’m some really fit, spiritual person but really I just fall over a lot alone in my room.
So the Colorado snowboarding trip has pretty much been entirely planned by Eric and Ashley - finding the lodge, flight, rentals, the idea in general - all that jazz. We all were just invited by them.
It was just supposed to be the 7 of us, 9 depending if Eric’s cousin and her husband joined in which would be awesome because they’re cool as hell.
But one of the guys (the only one that I don’t really care for) invited 3 other people that only he knows.
The lodge we booked isn’t big enough for the extra people and we’d have to rent another car to fit them..
If Eric’s cousin and her husband aren’t able to make it then I guess it wouldn’t be a big deal but they’re much more of a priority than the other 3.
So is it just me, or is it incredibly rude to invite strangers on a trip that you didn’t even want to go on at first and have done none of the planning for?
Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye- Western Scotland
I was JUST there, I was just there at this spot and I already want to go back because it was beautiful and wonderful and I miss it!