A) get excited! They are obviously looking forward to the visit and
want to pack a lot of fun stuff in, as do you. You're glad they are prepared and know what they want to do, and the schedule will just make it easier to make sure nothing is missed and for everyone to know what to do when. You might have even done the same thing if you were visiting them!
B) think... "really?" It all has to be planned out? Aw. I kinda like going with the flow, since you never know what will come up. Does anyone else feel slightly stifled? What if I'm not in the mood for the zoo at 2 that day? What if I just really want to kick back at Brophy's for some shrimp cocktail?
The split was immediate and kinda funny today in small group. You can probably guess who got stoked on her family's excel sheet plan, like the strong J that she is. Anna and I were totally option B, which made sense as we are the P preferring ladies of the bunch. Not like we can't stand schedules ever or anything, or all J's love Excel to structure their leisure, but you can often predict someone's reaction to certain things by knowing their preference.