So it obviously really scared her, you know? And she should have been. I mean, it would be terrifying. So I went next door and there was a weekender cottage and it was locked -- this was during the week, there was nobody there. Broke the window, reached in. Went inside. God obviously meant for me to be there; the guys clothes fit, drank the same wine I drank. Took a shower, put his clothes on. I was just chillin’ out. And I hear this voice, and a neighbor has, you know, been called and he demands that I come out of the house and he has a rifle pointing at me. And, once again, you know, he told me to stand there till the deputies arrived, and once again, you know, I thought I was bulletproof, and so I just said, “Well, you’ll have to shoot me. I’m gonna walk up the hill.” Now, this happens to us and, you know, that was an act that I did that was a criminal act; breaking into somebody's house, obviously. And I’m very fortunate that the owner of that house ... later I called to make amends and he forgave me. But that’s often what gets us into the criminal system. And that’s why there’s, you know, so many of us trapped in jails. I mean, obviously that was criminal behavior, but I was I was acting out of a, you know, of a delusional experience. And so I ended up going to jail. Now, here’s another thing that’s important: Because I’m white, middle class, and I have a brother who’s an attorney, and had friends in Cumming, they immediately got a doctor in to evaluate me. And a deputy transported me down to the hospital.