So far the only challenge for me was learning the FFA creed. The creed was not what I expected at all though. I thought the creed would be very long and old fashioned. Then I realized that it was only five long sentences, and it wasn't old fashioned like I assumed. The creed had words that my generation today could understand. Once I learned the creed it was very easy to recite, and I did it in front of the class. Because I did the creed, I didn't have to do the seven day final exam! I was very proud of myself for taking the time to learn the creed!
My favorite thing about FFA and ag is freedom. All my other classes I just have to take notes and listen, but while in this class almost everything is interactive. I'm rarley ever bored in ag. We do fun things and always have interesting activities to do. Mostly everything we do is hands on, and we rarley ever just sit around. There is always a fun activity to do. Freedom is my favorite thing so far about ag and FFA.