I need some help with some wording to make sure I don't sound annoyed or snarky.
I have a friend going through a really tough time right now. She is waiting to get back some medical results and a diagnosis for her medical issues. She has told three people, other than family. Me and two mutual friends.
The three of us talked about what we could do to help her, and discussed doing a smallish GNO next week, to help keep her busy and keep her mind off of it. We discussed it with her and she is totally on board. Because she doesn't want people to know what is going on, until she gets an official diagnosis, I decided to call it a general "Beginning of Summer GNO."
I sent out a FB message yesterday, to about 15 women. I have had 3-4 responses from women who can't attend but who are all suggesting different dates, times, or location.
I don't want to be rude, but we aren't moving this. And I can't say why. I have no issues with people scheduling additional dates for us to get together, but I do find it presumptuous to start making suggestions about moving this one.
Any suggestions for how to politely state that we are not moving this GNO? It's getting to be a bit frustrating.