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If you were were wrongly accused of something, do you think your family would point fingers at you or help to defend you? We can almost promise that it wouldn’t be funny if they blamed you for something you didn’t do. But when Rachel Gelmis’ parents didn’t believe her after a drug test mixup, hilarity ensued.

Glemis is now 20 years old and recently re-shared a high school experience on Twitter so we could all get in on the story.

Back in high school, she took a drug test and failed miserably, testing positive for THC, cocaine, meth and a whole bunch of other drugs. She did, however, swear she was drug-free. And while we’re sure that’s all anyone says when they’re caught red-handed doing drugs, she really was telling the truth. But like the rest of the world, Glemis’ mother, Karen, didn’t believe her.

“I seriously feel bad for my mom, she wasn’t mad she was scared,” Gelmis said over Twitter (so don’t be too quick to judge).

It wasn’t until the school called to explain the mixup that Glemis and her mom could talk and make up. And what better way to ask to be forgiven than with a cake? But not just any cake. Karen went above and beyond with this beautiful line: “Sorry we thought you did meth… & coke & pot & heroin :(.”

How could you not accept such an honest, genuine apology? Looks like this thoughtful cake may have saved a mother-daughter relationship.