One of my first memories as a child was sitting on my dads lap while him and my mom passed a joint back and forth in the living room. I couldn’t have been any older than 4 years old. Ever since I could comprehend what weed was I always knew that I wanted to smoke it, and that finally happened my freshman year of high school. At the time it was the best thing that ever happened to me, so why wouldn’t I want to get all of my friends involved with this? Eventually it became an every day routine, I’d wake up, roll up, smoke on my way to school, smoke once I got out of class, and again before I went to sleep. It eventually got to the point to where I wouldn’t want to go out with my friends if there wasn’t gonna be bud involved. Once a substance becomes an every day routine it takes over your life, and that applies to weed, meth, and everything in between. Once a substance takes over your life like that you lose everyone that actually mattered and they get replaced with the people who don’t actually care and are just there for the free smoke up. My advice to those who are reading this, get help while you still have people in your life who do genuinely care for you. Don’t smoke your life away.
-Levi OakleyRecommended4 recommendationsPublished in