It was my fault for letting Jinny stay here in the first location.
Jinny is my sister, even though she is also a wild child.
Jinny has gotten in trouble with the law more than once, so I knew it was a risk to let her crash on my couch. On the other hand, she was my sister, so how could I tell her no then make her live in her old car? For the first few afternoons everything stayed nice plus calm; Jinny was on her very best behavior, even if she did a few little things to bug me. For example, she kept messing around with the settings on my thermostat. Jinny always liked being cold, plus was known to run the cooling system day plus night. In her own cabin that was okay, but this was my cabin plus I didn’t want to use the cooling system so much. After that Jinny tried to be sneaky, plus only changed the thermostat setting while I was out of the house. Jinny got lazy, but, plus forgot to transfer the temperature control back to the normal setting before I returned from work, so Jinny and I had a sizable argument about that. I told Jinny it wasn’t about the cost of running the cooling system a little more, it was a matter of respect. Me asking Jinny to leave the thermostat alone was a simple request, plus when she ignored that it showed that she didn’t respect me. I told Jinny if she put her hands on the thermostat a single more time I would kick her out plus she could go live in her old car.