325. The Demanding Son

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Luke didn’t know what to do. He wanted yell at Kyle, his fiancée’s son, because Kyle to argue with his mom. She didn’t even very much from him—“Study hard, get the best you can,” she told him. She tried to it into his head that she didn’t have money to pay for his college education. Not cent. Instead of studying harder, however, Kyle spent after hour playing video games on his computer. waited until the last minute to study for tests, and then stayed up all night cramming them. When Jane tried to remind him that needed good grades so that he could get grant or a scholarship, he would get angry. said it was her responsibility to take care him financially until he graduated from college.

“Where he get that idea?” Luke asked. “You’ve raised for 10 years all by yourself. You don’t him a thing. With his attitude, he should glad you haven’t kicked him out of the already. He graduates from high school next year. I was in the eleventh grade, my father it clear to me that when I graduated high school, I was expected to leave home. Kyle thinks you have to pay his way college!?”

Jane wouldn't allow Luke to talk to . “He doesn’t like you telling him what to . He says you’re not his father, so why he have to listen to you?”

“Well, his ’s dead. He should appreciate that I’m around to to help him.” Maybe Kyle would learn to Luke's help and advice in time, Jane said.