Apparently, A doesn't remember the conversation with Devon last night where they decided to work it out. She remembers calling him, but doesn't remember what they talked about. Apparently, her mom gave her something. Her mom has some pretty powerful medications and I can only guess what her mother gave her (like valium) and shake my head at the woman. Devon, on the other hand, didn't remind A what they talked about. He's on the fence about what he wants. He's very much in love with A, but when they are together - as in each other's physical presence - he's unhappy because she's mad, or jealous, or hurt - very insecure. She used to be very upbeat and smiling when I saw her. Lately, she's quiet, subdued and says no more than hi. I am proud, though, of the maturity Devon is showing in this. He's not letting his heart rule his mind. Something I've always had a lot of trouble with personally, but I've tried to teach my kids differently - to be mindful. It's always been easier for Devon than Wynter, but I do see Wynter doing it more often. He came home and vacuumed and swept the kitchen floor. He just left for work. I told him to take some time to figure it out. I told him I was sorry he was going through this. He said it was his fault, he broke up with her. I told him he had reason. He said, well, he asked her out to begin with. I told him he had reason. Then he said they were together for 6 months, 11 hours and 25 minutes. He's hurting. But, he's being true to himself.