At around 12:30 I can distinctly remember thinking, oh god, here comes my favorite song, fearing for my life but overwhelmed with excitement. I really thought I would make it but about an hour into the show, but I too “tapped out” and moved to the back. I could only describe the concert as a fight for survival, in a good way. It was exciting to finally go to a concert where no one was acting “too cool” to go crazy. Travis guided along the fans throughout the night, there was never a dull moment.
We’re going to the state fair to experience socialization and to come home and have a smile on our face. We’re going to the state fair to witness the other person’s actions. We’re going to the state fair to watch others have a heart of a child. We’re going to the state fair to witness other actions and compare our actions to theirs. We’re going to the state fair to witness the other person’s emotions.
My father quickly went on his computer and started looking for a rental. After we packed up all our stuff my dad said” Everyone go to bed, so we can wake up fresh in the morning and get the trip started”. So, we all went to bed. I can barely sleep thinking about all the fun were going to have. After about 15 minutes everyone was sound asleep and so was I.
Maybe it was the fact that I’d get to support the city I’ve lived in and loved for so many years, or maybe it was to be a part of the “cool crowd,” either way, going to the parade was one of the most traumatizing experiences of my entire life, where I learned that appearances can deceptive and that before going somewhere, you should always have plans made in case you get lost. At first, the parade was a lot of fun and really exciting. I met up with some friends from dance class and we got a load of snacks before going to the parade so we wouldn’t have to leave midway through for lunch. I had an amazing view at the very front of the section at Union Station, courtesy of my amazing friends, and a police officer. As the parade ended, my friends and I all realized that the crowd was about to get really rowdy, so we decided to go to the studio and watch a movie instead of staying around for the rally.
The time had come for our annual band trip. The band was on its way to encounter many fun attractions. The event I was most ecstatic for was Six Flags! The day we visited Six Flags I walked around with five of my friends and my girlfriend. We spent the whole day riding the park’s fantastic rides.
I’ve been anticipating the season to start for about the last 5+ months. These past couple of months have been so boring cause I have been doing nothing but going to school. No sports for that long is awful so every time baseball comes around I 'm so ecstatic. So you know I have been counting down the days until the season. This year I was drafted to the diamondbacks, every year this league
There was a large line of people also trying to get into the stadium. For a line that stretched out for almost a block ,it went by quick and I was surprised by that. We were in line for no longer than 10 minutes. After getting to the front I realized it was because the workers were just scanning peoples tickets and letting them in. We got our tickets scanned and we proceeded to enter the stadium.
I was nervous since it was my first time trying to achieve a goal I really wanted. However, I was disappointed since I obviously didn’t make the team and didn’t do my absolute best. The second time after making the team I felt like I had accomplished something for the first time in my life and excitement for a new part of my life. During my first year on the team I still felt these same emotions for different reasons. I believed that even though I had made the team I wasn’t preforming to my best ability and when I was trying my hardest it still didn’t feel good enough.