My son’s girlfriend is rich, and that’s a problem

Dear Amy: My wife and I share your column at breakfast. Can you arrange this for us?

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan / Chicago Tribune)

Our son, senior in college, claims he has found the love of his life. “Ashley” is also senior. They have been dating for more than a year, and it is clear that he wants to marry her.

It just seems like he has made this emotional commitment, maybe it would be time to meet her parents and family.

I wanted to invite them to our suburb to enjoy a round of golf, the pool and a nice dinner at our country club, but my wife thought that was not a good idea. She claimed it was too soon to meet the parents.