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Hello YES Teens and Staff. Well over the past week, I encountered a minor situation that placed me behind bars. No, it wasn't nothing serious, just had traffic ticket violation. While I was incarcerated, I began to go into a deep thought of how life could alter just off small things. I patiently waited and waited to be released, and finally got my request approved. The reason I'm blogging about this situation, because your actions can change your entire lifestyle at the snap of a finger. I never been locked up before, and it was the worst experience I could ever imagine. I want to educate the youth about how to avoid challenges down the road similar to mines. Once I was released, I knew that I didn't have nothing to worry about anymore.
Law-enforcers are out here to do there job, and I can't blame no one but myself for that reason. If you have any problem such as traffic tickets, Missing court dates, and etc; make sure that get those problems taken care of ASAP. Drive safe and think positive every time you step out the house, because you never know what might happen in the next minute. And please, do not avoid the situation, because it only get worst. Jail isn't meant for everyone. The reason I say that, is because of the experience. Thank you for reading my blog, and I plan to keep blogging to my fellow YES Teens and Staff. Cheerio!!! Be safe.