First, a mistake that I learned from was from when I was about 7 or 8. This was before IPhones as stuff, when DVDs had their shine. My family and I were driving down Kokee from staying there over the weekend, and I brought this bulk portable DVD player up there with me. I didn't watch it much while I was up there because I didn't want to run out of battery and because Kokee is FUN. But I decided to use it on the way home, and I was watching an episode Power Rangers we rented from the Library in Hanapepe. I already watched it a couple times since I only brought two DVDs up. But on the way down I began to get really car sick until the point where we had to pull over for me to throw up on the side of the road, and for some reason my dog threw up as well. But I learned from that that I get car sick when I am staring at things in my lap while we're driving. So that's why I can only look out the window and listen to music while driving instead of playing on my phone.
Second, I made a mistake in 2nd grade during lunch recess. Back then in Kalaheo Elementary School, instead of the big office up front, we had a big empty basketball court. And no one really played on it. So, me and a couple of my friends decided to use the big empty space to see how far we could kick rubber balls for some reason. And for some reason, other people started joining in the game Me, Kevin Peterson, and Karter Kester started known as "Kick Kick." (I know, amazing name) Soon we had almost all of second and third grade on each side kicking several balls to each other, and we usually had me on one side, and Karter on the other because we were the best kickers. One day, I decided to put the ball on the concrete and run in for a kick to see how far it would go. When I went in for the kick, I swung to low, and with all my force, I kicked the concrete. My big toe burst open like a watermelon, and my friends helped my to the health room. I learned from this not to play sports barefooted, and to not kick stuff on concrete. Sadly, by the time my toe healed, second grade had ended.
Lastly, also in elementary school, this time in 5th grade, during every lunch, for some reason all the girls would buy food, but they wouldn't eat it. Instead, they gave all their food to us. So instead of having one sandwich or something, I WOULD HAVE 8! And for some reason, I would attempt to eat them all along side with a couple chocolate milks! I am not proud of it, except holding the record for most chocolate milks drunken in one sitting, 14. Thanks to that mistake, that is why I looked like a obese potato in 6th grade. I think what I learned from this is pretty self explanatory, DON'T EAT THAT MUCH FOOD.
In conclusion, those are three mistakes that I made during my life that I learned something from. If I could, I would go back in time and stop me from doing those things, but I am sure that I am doing things now that I would regret doing 5 years from now, and I just don't know it. Anyways, see you guys later!