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Pretend electronics do not exist. How would you spend your time?

JONESVILLE MIDDLE

If electronics did not exist, I would try to help my mom work around the house. Since she works on her job all day, I think she could use a hand.
Nicholas Kimberlin, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and play football with my buddies or hang out in the woods.
David Miles, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist I would stay outside almost all day playing with my dogs shooting basketball, and playing football with a friend.
Jace Cochran, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go sit at the kitchen table and play Uno or poker with my family.
Brooklyn Middleton, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would work on the farm doing chores. I would feed the animals. I could spend time playing with them. I could also go deer hunting.
Makayla Burgan, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would practice gymnastics all day and work out with my friends. I would also spend some of my time reading.
Willow Britton, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would spend most of my time outside with my livestock preparing my show cattle for the next show (feeding, washing, etc.). I also love riding my horses.
Carrie Wilder, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would sit on my boat and go fishing and maybe catch a turtle, like I do sometimes by accident. Then I’ll return home, walk to my room, grab a book and an apple and sit on the porch while reading my book listening to the birds chirping.
Evan Long, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist I would read. Reading books is thrilling and relaxing. Sitting down, kicking your feet up, and reading is a great way to relax. There are many genres of books. From romance to horror, they are great.
Alyssa Lewis, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and play with my dogs. Also, I would go see my pappaw and spend the whole day with him. Since I’m always doing something, I have very little time to do these things.
Chloe Willis, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside, ride my bike, play football, and swim all day long. I do these things even though electronics do exist.
Matthew Moore, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would spend most of my time catching up on some good books. Then when I run out, I would write some stories or go outside and lie in the grass. When it’s time to settle down and go to bed, I’ll close my eyes and say, “Man, I love this life!”
Shirley Washburn, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and play football. Football is a fun activity. It keeps you moving. You can get all of your friends and have a big game. Next, I would explore nature. It’s really fun, you should try it. You get to see all the wildlife. Then I would go swimming. Finally, I would read a good book. It’s really relaxing. I love to learn about history. I would read a book about Hitler.
Mason Stevens, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would either go to the gym and work on one of my sports, take a nap, read, clean up around the house, or find a way to spend time with my friends. I’m sure there are many more things that someone could do.
Emma Fortner, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and play football and basketball. I would also sleep some of the time and watch TV.
Emma Clontz, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and shoot basketball, throw baseball, play football, and go hunting. Electronics are not the only source of fun.
Andrew Rutherford, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside and play football. I would ride my bike down the railroad tracks and do some tricks, like ride on the rails and try not to fall off.
Ethan Ziehler, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, my life would be a lot different. I would go outside more and I would probably play more sports than I already do.
Mia Jerrell, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would be more active. I would play football, basketball, and more enjoyable outdoor activities. I would also have more time to spend with my family.
Justin Corbin, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would spend time with family. I love spending time with family and friends. I would also go outside and play basketball. I like to pass a football to my friends, as well.
Chelsea Ayers, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would play outside every day. I would play basketball, football, and whiffle ball. Another thing I would do is spend more time with my family.
Brynnen Pendergraft, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would explore the woods, climb trees, and just enjoy nature. I could also use my imagination. I could act like I’m on a pirate ship and defending it from enemies.
Collier Collins, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would play basketball a lot more because I would have nothing else to do. I would do some drills then, I would play an actual game. It would be really fun.
Blake Will, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would be very sad. Things would certainly be different. I would get bored very often. Then, I would end up having to go outside and entertain myself. I would climb trees, go hiking, and ride my bike.
Ethan Gordon, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go places with the friends I have. We would maybe go to the mall. We would go out to eat or shop. You would actually be interacting and doing activities that would be enjoyable.
Bella Rouse, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would ride my four-wheeler and ride it on a mountain. I like to feel the sun or see the trees in the woods when I go hiking.
Kaleb Hilton, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would spend more time with family. Just imagine spending time with family and playing games. Everyone would be talking, laughing, and maybe even dancing.
Jessie Baron, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would read books because I love to read and I think books are better than movies. If you open a book, possibilities open.
Kendra Bledsoe, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would play baseball, go fishing, hunting, shoot my gun, and ride my four-wheeler. These are fun activities that could replace electronics.
Hunter Collins, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would read books and draw because I enjoy doing these things. I like to read fiction because when you read fiction, you can imagine what the characters look like and what they do. I would draw pictures of the characters in the books and many other things. When you draw, it’s really just your imagination.
KK Belcher, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside more. I would play more with my family and friends.
Dara Rogers, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would shoot my gun a lot. It is fun and exciting to shoot guns. I like hunting a lot. I would like if there were no electronics because it will force you to enjoy what is around you.
Riley Harber, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside. There’s more to do than live on electronics. I mean, go climb a tree or go fishing. I’m just trying to say there is more to life than staying on electronics.
Daniel Moore, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would shoot my gun because I like them and it would be a great time to practice shooting it.
Emily Nuxoll, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics didn’t exist, I would go outside and ride my dirt bike. That’s normally what I do anyway, when I’m not inside sleeping! Riding my dirt bike makes me forget about my phone and that’s why I would ride if electronics didn’t exist.
Riley Brock, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would draw or sleep. I would draw because I love it! I wouldn’t just draw, though. I would take naps too. I’m quite good at napping. I would mostly do crafts.
Hailey Parsons, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would play outside with my dogs. I would take out all their toys and play fetch because I don’t really pay attention to all six of them. We would have doggy Olympics. There would be a best swimmer, climber, and track. There would also be an awards ceremony.
Kate Blakemore, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would play with my cousins and my friends. We would play football, basketball, or baseball. If it’s raining we would go to my basement and play corn hole.
Kaelyn Pendergraft, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go hunting, ride my four-wheeler, and go to my friend’s house. I would ride my four wheeler to my tree stand, hunt all day, then I would go to my friend’s house. Then we would ride four wheelers, go hunting, and catch crawdads.
Taft Aldridge, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

If electronics did not exist, I would go outside in place of my electronics. Jumping on my trampoline is really fun. My dog, Daisy is really playful as well. Catching crawdads is fun and they taste pretty good, too!
Payton Eldridge, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks

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