I leave today for a week in Costa Rica with my son and his partner. Because neither of my sons lives close, it’s always a project to get together. It requires the kindness of the weather gods plus multiple airline transfers with the risk of cancellation plus keeping one’s luggage in tow. It’s always worthwhile though.
This current trip was planned last November when the three of us – my son, his partner, and I – began closing their company. In the time it was in existence, the corporate credit card accumulated an incredible amount of points. And we certainly didn’t want them to go to waste. Or expire.
So we decide we’d use them for a final get-together in Costa Rica on the company dole. When we return we’ll cancel the credit card, close the bank account, and then need to find creative ways to bridge the distance between Michigan and New York State.