Happy Camper

A happy camper is someone who doesn’t matter how they dress they care more about if they’re happy, and if they put a smile on someone else’s face. They live there life leaving their campsite better than how they found it, which means they can do simple things like pick up a piece of garbage that they didn’t drop or even donating food or clothing.

In my opinion teens, today suffer from many different things, one I can think of is self-consciousness, which may also cause the thought of self-harm with is a horrible thing to even think about. There nothing wrong with teens today it just that everyone is different so they have there own way of dealing with things and their bodies may also be built differently from there friends or people they see on television. I also believe that we are better and brighter than our parents because technology has advanced and there have been many new discoveries.

Women had the right to vote for the first time on January 28, 1916, and the first women in Canada that were allowed to vote and hold a political position were from Manitoba.

Connecting the dots to means looking at the groups of people that are together, this can help show what kind of fairness there is in the world and even in the school. I could listen to light up my life 0-1 times to be 100% honest with you. I have many adults in my life that believe in me more then I believe in myself, my parents and grandparents are most likely the main ones and possibly the only ones. I believe in my friends and family a ton even when they think they can do something.

The pledge of the happy camper is like a vow or promise saying that you will put smiles on other peoples faces and that you will leave your campsite better than how you found is and doing good even where there’s lots of it. I will know I am a happy camper if I make someone smile or I smile and have a good attitude because I’m spreading happiness. I will work to do things that need to be done even if it’s not my job.





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