Sarah isn’t sure whether to confront her mother. On the one hand, she feels she’s just read her mother’s diary and invaded her privacy without ever meaning to do so. On the other hand, Sarah has been worried about her genetic history and how it might affect her daughters for thirty years. Her mother knew she was worried. If Julie knew that Ed was not Sarah’s biological father and knew how worried Sarah was and chose to let her worry—well, Sarah is steamed.
Hmmm, good point. I wonder how people handle this type of situation in real life?ReplyDelete
All sorts of ways, I'm sure.Delete
I'd be steamed too.ReplyDelete
Two words, Sarah. Chain Saw.ReplyDelete