She’s Angry That Her Half-Sister, Who Is Living At Her House Rent-Free, Will Not Rush Out Of A College Test To Babysit Her Daughter While She Goes To A Wedding

Instead, May actually revealed how she has an important college test that ends at 11:00 a.m. on the day of the wedding.

And because May uses public transportation to travel to and from school– which takes about an hour each way– her half-sister would probably not make it home in time.

After all, she and her husband claim that they need to be out of the house by 11:45 a.m. or 12:00 p.m. at the latest– which would be cutting it super close and force May to totally race home.

Honestly, though, she apparently could not care less about May’s performance on the test. Instead, she just assumed that May would rush through the exam and hop on the earliest bus in order to get back and babysit.

“May has mentioned before that she usually does not need the full time required for tests and exams,” she recalled.

So, after hearing May’s refusal, she suggested that May just take the test and catch a cab afterward in order to make it home in time.

But May was really against that idea, too, since she, understandably, does not want to have to rush through an important test at all or pay extra for a taxi.

Despite these reasonable concerns, though, she does not think May is being fair. And she let her half-sister know it.

“I reminded her of our agreement,” she said.

“It’s hard looking for a last-minute babysitter, especially since May is staying here knowing our agreement. So, I told her that I was doing her a big favor by letting her stay rent-free in my home.”

On top of that, she even told May that she is free to leave her home if she is going to “be like this.” Jeez!

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