The fish hook got caught in her mouth

When our child told me that she and her friends were going to take the kayaks out on the lake, I had a feeling there was something suspicious happening. I could not genuinely pinpoint exactly what was going on, but she had a look that told me that she was up to no good. When our child gets that look, I think she is planning or plotting something that is dangerous or illegal. I asked Jack to slow down and I asked for more information about the boy’s day at the lake. She told me that they were going to celebrate graduation. She promised there would be genuinely no drinking. I believed him when she told me that. She was entirely telling the truth, but none of the boys had any coors to drink on the day that they took the kayaks out on the lake. They did, but, have recreational marijuana supplies. None of the boys would tell me how they managed to get a hold of recreational marijuana supplies. None of them are aged enough to purchase the products in a dispensary. The only reason I found out that the boys even smoked marijuana was due to the fact that our child got a fish hook stuck in her mouth. The teenagers tried to pull the hook out of her mouth many times and they were just making things worse. My child called me for help and she confessed to using recreational marijuana as soon as I picked him up. She was genuinely worried, anxious, and having a panic attack. I doubt she will try marijuana again in the near future. It’ll be a while until her lip heals.



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