My Life With vs. Without Drugs
Baseball, football, school, hunting, and church is pretty much my entire life. I love doing these things. I would hate to have to give them up. Some people have to give them up. The reason is drugs. I will never do drugs because, I want to stay healthy, I want to stay out of trouble with the law, and I want to be a good example for my kids.
I want to stay healthy because I want to be a professional baseball player when I grow up. I also want to play football and baseball through high school. After that, when I’m an adult, I can play church league softball. When I go hunting I have to be healthy, because sometimes it requires a lot of walking. I want to live a long healthy life, not a short unhealthy one.
I would really like it if I could stay out of trouble with the law. I also want a good job, and with drug use and a record in jail, I can’t have that. If I can’t have a good job, I can’t support my family. I definitely don’t want that. If you have a big enough record, you can’t own guns, and if I can’t own guns, that means no hunting. I think that would be terrible.
I want to be a good example to my kids. Because my parents are good examples to me. I don’t want to be exactly like them but pretty close. If I am not a good example to them then my kids will pick up drugs and that will be bad. That’s why I want to be a good example.
In closing, I won’t ever do drugs because I would love to stay healthy, and stay out of trouble with the law, and be a good example to my kids. I will always say no to drugs.