I think that the most challenging FFA experience is working on the car by myself. Another challenging FFA experience is getting my record book done and turned in on time. It gets a little bit easier when my dad helps me work on the car. It is still challenging because I am always afraid I am going to mess up. My record book is hard to do because I dont have a lot of time to work on it.
Tom Gaines, my grandpa, has had a big impact on my life. He doesn't ever give up on anything he does. He use to be a part of the air force. I live only down the road so I can go see him when I want. When I work out with him he pushes me hard because he nows what it feels like to be pushed to the limit. I look up to my grandpa for many more reasons too.
If I had a million dollars I would not move from the town that I live in. I would not change the house I live in right now either. I would get a few things but I would not spend a lot of money because I am doing fine as I am now. I would also help any of my family members if they needed money. I would save my money for the times that I need it most.
My favorite thing about ag and FFA so far is learning about so many different things. We learn about animals, fish, fungi, plants, and other things. I think that these things are verry interesting. I also like that we do not have any homework. There are some of my favorite things things that I have experienced so far in ag and FFA.