Hmm... I agree with your reasoning, absolutely. But if *she* feels so guilty that she does not *want* to do the errands, then she has the right to decide to wait to do the errands. Even if you feel it would be ok, she may feel uncomfortable.

If she just needs reassurance from you that it's ok to do the errands now, then give it. But I don't think it would be good to convince her to do something she actually does not *want* to do because her comfort level is different from yours.

What about leaving the 15 year old guest at your house, would y'all be comfortable with that?

ETA: or drop him off somewhere, the mall, a movie, a rec center...?

Last edited by jayne241; 02/19/10 09:59 AM.

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