You operate a small dairy farm and it is your family's primary source of income. All of the family including your three sons are needed and expected to pitch in and help with the daily chores associated with operating a farm. You do not overburden your children with chores but they are expected to help out and they still have plenty of time for free time and personal activities.
Your middle son, Bobby Wayne, is fourteen. Bobby Wayne is expected to keep the stalls clean and make sure the cows have water on a daily basis. Bobby Wayne has been slacking in this area. For two days, Bobby Wayne has left the stalls dirty and the cows did not have fresh water. Bobby Wayne has been running off to meet up with friends and play rather than do his chores.
Last night you talked with Bobby Wayne and warned him that you were tired of doing his chores for him and that he was needed to do his part. Bobby Wayne apologized and promised to do better. Today, you go to the barn and the stalls are not properly cleaned and only half of the cows have fresh water. Bobby Wayne is long gone to catch up with his friends.
What happens when Bobby Wayne comes back home?