80. Jumping Over Fireworks

Nancy Young had always loved celebrating the Fourth July, the holiday that celebrates America's independence. She the meaning of the day. She also loved fireworks. She loved all types of fireworks. Nancy three brothers, and they all loved the Fourth July. Nancy's youngest brother Peter loved lighting up fireworks. Although Nancy's parents didn't have that much , they decided to buy a lot of fireworks their children. They wanted their children to have great Fourth of July. Once they got the , Nancy decided to split them with her brothers. got the most, and her brothers got the .

Nancy's parents decided to go to the park light the fireworks this year. Peter decided to the first one. It exploded, and scared Nancy. decided to light one. It was a sparkler, meant that it would only send sparks up the sky, and would not explode. Nancy loved it looked. She lit another one to see it would look like. Peter had the idea jump over the fireworks. Even though Nancy said , Peter decided to jump over it.

Peter got . He tied his shoes to make sure his laces weren't hanging out of his shoes, and he had enough distance to jump over the . Peter started running and then jumped. When he on the other side, he started screaming in . A spark had gotten into Peter's eye. He to the ground and started asking for ice. brought him a bag of ice to cover eye. During the next day, Peter had to glasses because of the damage he had suffered his eye. The doctor asked him, "What's the lesson here?" Peter responded with, "Don't jump over ."