Did you seriously just break the window 5 minutes before we have we have to leave!
Oh no I broke the window!
I'm not mad at you I'm just disappointed.Now clean up the mess before we have to leave.
It was an accident I'm sorry!
Way to get dad all mad.You just "had" to break the window.
No one asked for your opinion!
I have heard enough between you two, now go get in the car!
It was a bright, sunny day and it was five minutes before we had to leave, to go to a baseball tournament for my brother.I decided to test out my new fishing rod, and it turns out that maybe it wasn’t the greatest idea.
Remember the time you left your phone out in the yard all night.
I'm not the only one in the world who makes mistakes!
At least I don't break windows.
No I just wish you would of thought it through.
My dad was not mad at me, he was just disappointed that I couldn't stay still for 5 minutes. When I was sweeping up the glass, I had realized that maybe I should just sit down and relax once in a while.
Man I can't believe you broke the window.
Can I pay for it or something? You are mentioning it an awful lot.
Jesse, my brother decided to speak just to get on my nerves. All of the criticism added on to the anger and frustration that I had already had.
I'm sorry for yelling at you earlier, and think things through next time.
I forgive you and i'm sorry too for all my yelling and not realizing how dumb my decision was.
15 minutes into the car ride my dad is still talking about the broken window, and I mentioned that I'm not the only one who makes mistakes. As always my brother ignores the irresponsible things he has done, and adds onto the conflict between me and my dad.
At the baseball game my dad continues to ramble on about the broken window. After being criticized I offered to help in some way, because I realized that it was on me. My dad was nice and said no I'll pay for it, because he knew that I was truly sorry.
The lesson that can be learned is to think through an idea before acting out the idea. My motivation was when I was yelling, it was just to defend myself. Another example of motivation was when I argued with my brother to show that the problem was none of his business.My dad and I eventually forgave each other for the arguing.