Mama’s baby, daddy’s maybe and now the maybe wants to be made a definite presence on graduation day. What would you do?
A young man on the happiest day of his life was given the news that his father that has never been present in his life wants to be there to share in his happiest occasion, so the young man in-boxed Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK during his daily 1 pm Reality Hour segment to find out whether he should grant his father a golden ticket or nah.
Take a look at what Sam Sylk had to say below.
Dear Sam Sylk
My biological father has never been in my life. I really don’t know why, but my mom has done an awesome job with raising me. We are church going people and I get good grades in school and I am graduating in a couple of days with an academic college scholarship. My issue is my father’s mother showed up at our house this past weekend with a card and expressed that she, my father and an aunt I haven’t met would like to attend my graduation. I wasn’t there when the conversation was had with my mother but she did throw the question up to me, asking how do I feel about this. We are graduating from a large place and tickets aren’t an issue but my issue is do I really want to deal with them and this situation on what should be the happiest day of my? Plus why now? What should I do, what do you think?