"All right girls. Today is a big day for you!"
"What's so special about today, mom?" asked the elder of the two daughters.
"I've decided you are old enough to buy your own clothes now," the mother replied as she approached the grand entrance of the shopping mall with her two young daughters. Then she reached into her purse and pulled out three crisp $20 bills. "Now you go and buy yourself something special. And make sure your sister gets something nice too."
"Cool, thanks mom!" said Saki, grabbing the cash with a little too much enthusiasm. A moment later, she was off and up the escalator with her mom waving goodbye, and little sister Miku having to run to keep up with her.
Twenty minutes later, Saki found herself staring longingly at the price tag on a frilly pink brassiere. It was the most beautiful thing she'd seen all day, maybe in her entire life. And she'd always desired in secret to have one. But now that she finally had the cash to buy it, she couldn't help but feel a bit guilt