One big thing I would like to see change in the world, is to see cancer come to an end. My grandmother died a fees years back from having cancer, she had been fighting it for two years, and she was a very strong lady. The cancer started in her kidney, and eventually it spread throughout her body, mostly to her liver. Around the age of 9 or 10 she passed away, and it was very hard for me because I had grown so close to her as I grew up. She taught me Spanish, and played dolls with me, and made me feel better when I scraped my knee. Some of the many things I remember about my abuela are she was very kind to everyone, she loved to laugh, she enjoyed sewing in her free time, and she loved me and my brothers with everything she had.
Remember that one time an unknown number texted you and you responded back to them? Well you never know what that person knows about you to this day. This is why texting can be a threat to your life.
Without a doubt you could be texting a stranger, and accidentally give them personal information. You could think you could be texting your mom, and telling her about the events in your day, but you eventually find out it wasn’t your mom. You would probably get a weird feeling throughout your body knowing a stranger has personal information on you. Therefore, by giving personal information through text by accident can grow into a crisis.
Furthermore, people can also use texts against you. You could be tick, tick, ticking away about a fight in school with your friend, and accidentally say something you really didn’t mean. Your friend is going to be able to hold those mean words against you until the end of time. Man it does not feel the best when someone quotes what you said in the past that was mean. So don’t send personal information via text ,message because it will come back to bite you in the butt.
In the end, you should never do something you might regret later on, especially on text. Just remember texting can affect your life with anybody, so next time you almost send a mean text, send it on your fake Barbie phone instead.
Written By: Madison Brown, Sophie Nassour, and Melynn Barber