Hey Gatsby, your party seems incredible. More importantly, I spoke to Miss Baker and am going to invite Daisy over for tea. When should I tell her to come?
I mean you do not have to do that for me, but if you must then the day after tomorrow is great. I also need to cut my grass, but wait you are not rich right? You should help me in my work with Wolfsheim.
Nick calls Daisy
Hey Daisy, you should come over Gatsby's house later today. The only thing is do not bring Tom.
I drove back home and noticed that Gatsby's house was lit up even though it was night time. I assumed he was having another pary and went to check it out.
Gatsby gets ready for Daisy
No, she is going to come, it has only been a couple minutes. She might just be late.
I was greeted by Gatsby and we had a conversation about inviting Daisy over the next day. As we were talking Gatsby changed the topic many times, mentioning cutting his grass and offering me work with Wolfsheim. I opted not to take his offer and told him that I was already too busy.
Gatsby thinks that Daisy will not show up
It is a couple minutes passed the time she was supposed to come. She is not going to show up.
I called Daisy and asked if she wanted to come over Gatsby's house for some tea later that day. With her confirmation, I warned her not to bring Tom to ensure Gatsby would not have even more troubles speaking to Daisy.
Gatsby looked very tired as he ran around the house getting ready for Daisy to come over. His eyes had bags hanging under them and he grabbed flowers for their hangout.
Gatsby was very sad when the time of his hangout passed and Daisy was still not there. He feared that she was not going to come and quickly became sad that his dreams were not coming true.
Me and Gatsby realize that Daisy ultimately came to the date, so I went outside to greet her.