Pants on Fire: Ashburn Patch Article

At what point in life do lying and omitting facts become acceptable?

“Ow! My arm hurts!” My son shouts from the stroller. Before I can bend down to check his problem he screams, “My back is itchy!”

Across the aisle of the children’s clothing section, a different child tells her mother she has to pee. I know what’s next.

Continued on Patch

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