Tuesday's Question "Do You Remember Your First Lie?"

Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question. It's easy and fun. Plus, I will link your answers back to your blog, but be aware, I may post or share your answers, so please let me know if you'd rather I didn't, okay?

This weeks question is, Do You Remember Your First Lie? How old were you?

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Alright, I'll go first,

I told my first lie when I was still in diapers. My mother was still toilet training me when she discovered my diaper was wet, frustrated she said,

"Ann, how many times have I told you to tell me when you have to use the bathroom instead using your diaper?"

My reply, "I didn't use my diaper, David did."

David is my older brother who was out of diapers. I can't believe I actually thought I would get away with that one. Poor David.

Alright, it's your turn and I cannot wait for you answers. Thank you for visiting A Nice Place In The Sun and I would love it if you would return. I love you all and I wish you a glorious day!  


Sandee said...

Good grief. I don't have a clue when my first lie came tumbling out of my mouth. There have been so many. I'm guessing it was my teenage years and it was probably something I did that I didn't want my parents to find out about. I don't have a clue.

Have a fabulous day Ann. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Laughing...yeah it's a tough question, and I love ya for stopping by to read and comment on it Sandee, you're the best.

You have a fabulous day too. I love this line "I don't have a clue when my first lie came tumbling out of my mouth." The way you phrased it sentence is too funny.

Thank you for sending Simon scritches, he loves them and thanks you.

"Big hugs" back to you.


Ann said...

I'm with Sandee, I have no clue. I know I've told my share over the years but can't remember what they were or when I said them.
I do know now that it's always the truth. It's easier to remember :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Ann, Oh, you couldn't be more right about always telling the truth, and not just from a moral point of view, but that way it is easier to remember. Thanks for visiting, I appreciate you.


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