Dear Steve Young,
Todd faked the pass to Casey and then took off to the 10, 5, 4, 3, 3, 2, 1 yard line, and FUMBLE! In the book I5 MINUTES, I learned a lot about Casey and myself. I learned that Casey thought being popular would make him happy, but what really made him happy was true friends. I can relate to this book because I am going through the same thing. I still worry about it, but not as much as I did after I read this book. Honestly, this book changed me and the way I treat friends and family.
This book taught me a lot but the biggest thing I focused on was about friendship. When Casey becomes popular, Casey dose not even care about Nina or his other friends. This is hard to believe because Nina has always been there for Casey, especially at times like this. For example, a long time ago, I was at school and I started hanging out with the popular kids and my friend Finn felt left out so I said "I will come to your house after school o.k." Then he said " whatever." Then I went to his house after school. He said, now you want to play with me." I said, "why wouldn't I?" He said, "because you were busy with the popular kids."
The two lessons that I have learned are that you don't need to be popular to be happy, you need true friends to be happy. Also, don't take friends for granted because one day they might not be there for you.