7:00 a.m. I wake up and let dogs out. I Feed the dogs. I try to start car one last time.
8:00 a.m. I talk to Pete’s garage, and call AAA for tow.
8:40 a.m. A guy showed up in a service truck to jump my car. I explain to him that a jump wouldn’t work, it was a clutch switch or something.
9:30 a.m. I let the dogs out in the living room to play and they fought a little bit, then Milo s*** on the floor.
9:45 I’m waiting for the tow. 11:00 a.m. I call the tow to make sure that they’re coming. I put some wet food in Sebastian’s food, because he won’t just eat the dry food. This little layover it’s beginning to make me feel stagnant. I take some time to record my week 4 policy points. I also stitched up one of the straps on my hiking pack.
12:00 p.m. Sabastian gets out of the house. I’m freaking out, I’m worried something might happen to him. I take my bike off my car and I begin to ride around calling out his name, “Sebastian, Sebastian, Sebastian.” He’s not coming out of where he’s at, and I’m nervous. I tell one of the neighbors and I reach out to Lori and to let her know I lost the dog. I hang out outside walking around and eventually Sebastian peaks his head out from behind a neighbor’s house. I breathe a sigh of relief.
1:00 p.m. the tow truck comes. I ride with the tow truck driver, and we drop the car off at Pete’s garage, which is in Danvers. I then ride my bike to my truck in Danvers. I jump in my truck and drive back to Rockport to work on taxes for the nonprofit.
4:40 p.m. I give Josh a ride to work at the sub shop. I spent the rest of the evening looking into 990 tax returns for Tiffany’s Recovery Recovery Inc. nonprofit. I also work on a few other things for Identify LLC
8:45 p.m. I drove to pick up Josh at the sub shop. I wait around while Josh cleans the place up. When Josh leaves the alarm goes off, and he has to call the manager to shut it off.
10:15 p.m. get back to the house and go to sleep.