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  • Carson and Violet were messing around in their backyard,when Violet stopped to see a small worm on the ground. She picked it up and tossed it to Carson."HEY!" screamed Carson as he ran into the house.
  • Then,Violet chased him around the house with the slimy little worm in her hand. Carson decided to call his mom ,but he remembered that his mom was still at work,as well as his dad.He dove for the sofa but missed it by a slight distance knocking over the most sacred vase,the one vase that the family had passed down to his mom,the one vase with the hero Perseus holding Medusa's head,was now falling through the air.The scene was more scarier than medusa herself.
  • Time seemed to stop as the vase was falling like a injured bird falling through the air,and then...CRASH! The vase shattered on the ground,with a "UH-OH" from Carson.Carson and Violet both stared at the broken vase for a few minutes,and then they heard the hum of the garage.
  • (Once the parents came in and questioned him...) ''I didn't do it...Violet broke the vase,''Carson lied. ''What!" exclaimed Mom,"Violet,how could you!" "I...I...I,"Violet stammered."That's quite enough young lady!"snapped Mom."What,"cried Violet,"but I didn't do it." "Go to your room!''said the steaming Mom. ''HMPH!" grunted Violet.
  • Carson felt like a balloon in a porcupine party,watching his sister get punished for something she hadn't done."I have to tell the tell the truth,"thought Carson."MOM," shouted Carson,"i have to tell you something."What!" cried his Mom."I broke the vase," confessed Carson.
  • At the end of the day Carson knew his punishment would not be good.Violet got lucky and got ice cream for dessert, but Carson just got a fig.Carson had confessed and guess what,he was right.He got the worst punishment ever.All in all he basically had to hold his mom's hand wherever she went,so he he doesn't go break something else.He learned a great lesson that night, "ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH!
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