You don't have to go back if you don't want. If it makes you uncomfortable, just tell us.
Great, I really hope this helps.
How am I supposed to keep going and get help knowing that I almost killed my brother, and if i had just waited, the soldiers would have saved him.
People say it's not my fault, but I know it is and I will solve this problem no matter what.
Today Matt wants to tell us a story about what happened to him in Vietnam
It all started on a rainy day, my mom went to check on the home that almost got bombed.
She said not to leave the house because it was too dangerous, but I did anyway because I wanted to get some of things that soldiers dropped before the downpour washed it away.
I told my little brother to stay inside, but he didn't listen so I told him too be careful. He is a toddler though and toddlers don't know how to be careful. Then there was a flash of light and a boom. I couldn't see his hands nor his fingers. They were in fact mangled stumps. And though mom told me it wasn't my fault, I know it was.