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What do you do when people ask you to switch seats? Normally when we are flying as a family and can’t get our seats together, I feel fine asking someone to switch for an equal seat. You know, an aisle for an aisle; so to speak. But, what would you do if a mom traveling with her daughter asked you to switch seats; an aisle for a middle seat?
What do you do when people ask you to switch seats?
I know, to some people this really might not be a big deal. Believe me when I say that we have had people tell us flat out “No.” But, on a recent flight Mr. Weekly Flyer was traveling and I was at home with the Baby Weekly Flyers (2) and he texted me the following:
Good Karma indeed:
If you hadn’t guessed, this is a guest post from Mrs. Weekly Flyer. I was actually surprised that Mr. Weekly Flyer took the middle seat; that was really nice. I am not sure I would have done the same (I hate the middle seats.) But, it is the holidays after all and hey, karma works both ways! What do you do when people ask you to switch seats so they can sit with their family?
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