It is 3:00 am Saturday night. I am walking back from Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones, sad, lonely, shocked. I had so many questions like why didn´t she turn me into the police, and why was she nice to me.
That was a weird, shocking and hectic day. I learned a lot of things. Years went on and on, and I never even stole one penny. One day when I was 30 years old, I met a boy named Luis in my apartment.
Luis was planning to steal the same way I did. He was going to steal from a lady walking down the street, but instead from, purse, he was going to steal from the money she had in her pocket. he was going to tip-toe up to her pocket and snatch it.
Luckily, I was there to talk him out of it.¨Luis if you steal even 1 single penny it will lead you into a big consequence. Just to tell you I have done it before .¨
I was hiding behind a building watching Luis if he listens to me. But guess what he didn´t listen. He just went for it. Zoom! Zoom! He sprinted to the lady as quiet as a bunny hopping in the grass. I ran to stop him and I did but when that happened I accidentally crashed into her. Then the lady turned around, and it was Mrs. Luella Bates Washington. Her money fell out of her pocket as Luis tried to grab it.
Mrs.Luella Bates Washington Jones got mad and slapped Luis, and Luis started crying. He hugged me and said sorry. Then she kicked me really hard. It hurt as if a house was on my leg. She starred me to death as I hugged Luis; She made me call Luis´s parents and tell them what happened. When I was doing that Luis begged me to stop but I had no choice. You see if you steal it will affect you the most. That is why you should never steal. I learned a lesson the first time I did it