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Emily's walking to the the store to get her brother a treat for his great behavior that he had in kindergarten today. She also wanted to get a quick look at what kind of candy there was so that she could buy some for her brother birthday in two weeks. Her brother sure did love candy. Her father said he has a true sugar tooth.
Mrs.Biscuit: "Hello, Emily! How are you today?" Emily: " I'm doing great Mrs.Biscuit, i'm just here to grab some candy for my younger brother." Mrs.Biscuit: " Alright then, take your time, there are many to choose from."
Emily: "I'll just go ahead and grab two lollipops..my brother loves them!!" Mrs. Biscuit: " Alrighty then, if i'm correct i believe it's $2 for two lollipops." Emily:" Here's a 5" Mrs.Biscuit:" Thank you, for stopping by, your change will be $3." Emily:" No Problem, anytime see you maybe tomorrow." Mrs.Biscuit: " See you maybe tomorrow."
Narrator:"That's when Emily realized that Mrs.Biscuit had given her two one's but the other bill that was suppose to be a one, was instead a $20 bill. Emily thought to herself,"Should she keep it so she could have more money then she did before? But then she thought again, was it the right thing to run off without making a wise decision? Before she knew it she was walking right back into the candy store.
Emily: "Mrs.Biscuit, you accidently gave me a $20 bill instead of a $1 , i didn't know what to do because i didn't want it to seem like i was lying to you." Mrs.Biscuit: "Emily, it's ok, i know how you are, your a thoughtful giving person that wouldn't lie. I'm very happy that you told me the truth and for that you get to keep that 20 Emily: "Thank you so much!!" Mrs.Biscuit: "No problem, Emily, just know you did the right thing!"
Narrator:" And from that day forward, Emily knew the right thing to do in any situation was to tell the truth."
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