My life began March 15, 2000. I was the first child in my family and, I was ready to take on anything. Back in kindergarten I was learning the alphabet and making new friends, having a good time without a care in the world. Time really does fly when you are having fun and now I’m graduating middle school. It was now time to get serious to focus on what I wanted to become but, I was so excited to begin a new journey in high school and to get my license. Finally, I’m sixteen and so happy that I got my license. I can feel that I’m actually entering into adulthood. One day, I was coming home from a party with my friends and I thought I wasn’t too drunk that I could not drive. After I dropped the last friend home, I pulled off towards my house. It was getting past curfew so I decided to speed up when I lost control of the car on a turn. Two weeks later, I see my family crying over me while I’m being laid to rest and, I knew that I messed up and couldn’t take it back. I felt terrible that I caused everyone I loved so much pain. Trapped in that corpse, I was screaming and fighting to get free, there was no path or doorway to get out. There was no light only darkness. Death has arrived. If I can turn back time, I would’ve been more responsible, appreciate what my parents taught me, and listen to what they had to say. When life is out of your hands, you learn to cherish living. This is a message to everyone that it can happen to you so listen to others when they try to warn you. I had a bright future ahead and I lost it. This is your chance to make the right choice and make sure you live YOUR life.
I am writing from the point of view from a dead person trying to warn others of reckless driving and listening to others.