My family helps me out when I need to buy things when I need food on a bus ride, new cleats, or even just a new water bottle. They can also let you know if the product’s worth buying. They always help me paying that extra dollar when I need it. They also give you advice when you’re buying things, because they might say this one has a better price than that one. My parents also give me good advice for what websites to trust online and the ones you can’t trust for purchasing things.
Family also helps us with learning how to do new things. They do this by helping you on a math problem or question that you don’t get. They can also help us learn things by teaching us how to use a tool or how to fix a car. Then when you get older you can know how to fix the brakes your car on your own, rather than having to call a mechanic. Then you can also teach other people how to fix their broken vehicle. They help us to not feel alone when we are somewhere on another side of the country by skyping or texting us.
Lastly, they are always there for us. They are always there for us when we hurt ourselves bad, such as, if we break an arm. Then they can take us to the Emergency Room, rather than us hurting ourselves worse trying to “shake it off.” They are also there for us when we have a sports event, and they try their hardest to make it, even if we don’t play in the game. They help us study for a test when we need to, rather than us failing it and getting a bad grade.
Family means a lot to me, and they do a lot for me. They have taught me many things for when I get older, and then have my own kids to teach to. They also help me with my schoolwork, and they help me when I get hurt. My family helps me when I need to buy things by letting me know if something has a better price than another thing. They make me teem with joy whenever I see them at a sports game watching me play. My family means a lot more to me than lots of other things in the world.