Still, she encouraged Adam to talk to Sara about what she wanted in a wedding. She hoped that during this conversation, her best friend would bring up wanting a winter wedding, and Adam would get the hint.
Nonetheless, Adam refused to do that and just insisted on going through with the surprise wedding. He also claimed he would get Sara’s sister to distract his girlfriend for the day instead of her.
So, she was honest with Adam and revealed how she felt obligated to tell her best friend about the plan. After all, she knew that Sara hated surprises, and she wanted her best friend to feel prepared rather than ambushed. Ever since she told Adam the truth, though, he has been calling her a total jerk.
“But I feel obligated to tell her. If it was me, I would want to know,” she vented.
She’s also worried that if her best friend doesn’t like the surprise wedding and finds out that she was aware of the plan, then Sara will be upset with her. Yet, at the same time, if she tells Sara about Adam’s intentions and her best friend did really want the surprise wedding, then she knows that would make her a jerk.
So now, she is stuck between a rock and a hard place and is wondering whether she should tell her best friend about the surprise wedding or not.
Can you imagine walking into a surprise wedding without even being proposed to first? Should she tell her best friend? What would you do?
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