You must remember this, a kiss is still a kiss. A sigh is just a sigh. The fundamental things apply, as time goes by.
In saying this, courtesy of Frank Sinatra, I mean that we lose sight of what is a little bad, and what is calamitous. So you did it. You accomplished a goal of yours, and well, that was all you did. I'm not trying to say your pain and regret are not valid. I'm just saying that once yours fears are appeased that you are not pregnant, and you are not dealing with a venereal disease, you will make amends as is appropriate to your faith and have just learned a lesson. Some things are worth being guilt ridden about for all of eternity. Perhaps I'm wrong, but in time I think you will realize that this is not one of those issues. You are 34. You are an adult and you are in charge of your affairs. You have nobody you must explain yourself to or ask forgiveness of besides God, as you see fit to confess. You will find with the right partner in time that this one experience is only worth forgetting, and you have much brighter things ahead.
As to your timing with the morning after pill, the following website says take it within 72 hours of unprotected sex. Then with this pill there is a second dose you need to take later. I don't know which type of morning after pill you took. It may tell you this information on the pill packaging, or you can do a web search to find out more.
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