Remember that really bad thing I did?
I spent $600 on two Hannah Montana tickets for my mother and my daughter.
As soon as I hit the "submit" button I felt like I was going to vomit. But I was feeling so bad that my daughter wouldn't get to see The Little Mermaid on Broadway because of the stage hand strike. I made an impulsive, bad decision.
I was wracked with guilt all week long. Even though my husband told me, "It's only money, honey."
When I told her about the tickets, she sort of said, "Oh."
So I told her, "I paid a lot of money for these tickets. And there are a lot of girls who would love them. If you don't really want to go, I can sell them."
"No, I want to go. A lot of my friends will be there. They love Hannah Montana."
"But, do you love Hannah Montana?" I asked her.
"I don't love her, but I don't hate her," she replied.
But last Thursday, after her homework and violin practice were done, my mom took her to the concert.
She loved it. I felt slightly better.
Last night I was talking to my husband. He's actually in another Middle Eastern country this week for a conference but he's heading back to Iraq today. Unfortunately, he had some bad news.
He won't be home before the new year. He won't be home until mid to late January. His replacement has been delayed.
"It's okay though," he told me. "We can use the extra month of tax-free income. I have to stay to pay for those Hannah Montana tickets."
Yeah. He's a laugh riot.
I have a feeling I'm going to be hearing about those Hannah Montana tickets for a while.