We can't answer this because we are not this person. We don't know if she is frustrated, elated, miffed, lugubrious, etc.
The general rule of thumb is that "the recruiter is working for you" so you should call the shots for the most part when it comes to scheduling instead of putting it back on the recruiter. She is going to make money off you, so she will make herself available. The more you deal with recruiters, the more you will be asked for times when you are available for certain things.
"The client loves your resume and would like to speak with you! Can
you send me some times that you are available and I will send them
over to them?"
"The client had a GREAT time talking to you and wants to bring you
onsite! Can you please send me some 2 hour blocks next week when you
would be available to go see them?"
If you are free all day, then pose a few timeframes on that day.
"I am available on Monday from 8:30am CST to 11:30am CST and then
again from 1pm to 4pm CST. Any time in there works for me for a