I'm a little late to the party, but still feel compelled to throw in my two cents.
Pretty much everything that others have said is correct. Anxiety is a huge corollary when it comes to high blood pressure, especially systolic blood pressure.
At the height of my anxiety, before I sought help, if I was worried about my blood pressure I could get it up to 190/100 just by thinking about it. Mind you, that's asymptomatically.
Blood pressure is different for everybody and our bodies all tolerate it differently. There are people walking around with blood pressures of 200/100 their entire adult life and they don't even know it. Some will die from heart disease at a relatively young age and some will live to 100. Unfortunately, that's just the way it is.
And while high blood pressure is never ideal, it's also not going to kill you in and of itself.
Besides, the "bad" readings you took aren't even really high for an anxious person.
My best advice to you is to take your blood pressure immediately upon waking and before coffee, breakfast, moving around, etc. This helps me with my phobia of blood pressure taking because I'm still groggy, relaxed and less alert. I tend not to over-analyze or freak out about it when I do it this way.
If your numbers are below 140/100, I wouldn't even give it a second thought. Especially if you're under 50. Young bodies can tolerate blood pressure a lot better than older ones. If your numbers are consistently above those marks, I would consider discussing it with your doctor.
There are no magic numbers when it comes to blood pressure. It doesn't take a conspiracy theorist to see that recommended baseline levels keep getting pushed lower and lower as prescriptions for blood pressure medications skyrocket.