August 9th, 2018

Paul Neyron rose 2


It was a long day.  I shopped, worked, got gasoline, forgot to put the gas cap back on, hung out with L.B., met up with Mom and Dad to go to Isaac's and then an alumni thing, and then shopped again.

B. had realized early in the morning that if V. said she had to catch the bus, then she didn't have a car.  He said he needed someone who could drive, to do shopping for him and R.  I was frustrated that B. had rejected V.  Then he was full of anxiety because everything was thrown into uncertainty again.  That uncertainty was due to his decision, but when B. is anxious, everyone feels the pain.

I think I went to sleep a few minutes after Mom and Dad and I got home in the evening.