Mom, Mrs. Sarah, and Sammie´s pictures looked like they were having a blast. We leave the building of the roller coaster and we go look at the time for Tower of Terror but that wait was too long. The line for Tower of Terror would take too long, so we negotiated that we should just go to Fantasmic so we can get good seats. The show for Fantasmic shocked me and I had a bunch of fun even though I didn't want to ride Rockin´ Roller Coaster, I had fun in the end and now it is one of my favorite rides. In the end, I learned to face my fears and don’t be afraid of a lot of
Then came the loops these were the best elements of the ride, swirling and swooshing around everybody had their hands up in the air screaming with excitement. Much to my enjoyment the ride wasn’t over yet. It went round twice more before i had to come
How do I even start, I have never felt so terrified before it was life changing for sure and it was the only thing that made me cry from terror. For some of you wondering what the joker is it is not the villain from batman no it’s not. The joker is a roller coaster and don't get me wrong I love roller coasters but, this made me afraid if anything remotely close to it so in these brief paragraphs I will explain what the joker is and how it affected me. Let me start off by telling you the story, I was 8 years old and I have never been to 6 flags before and I saw commercials about roller coasters and I was so excited until we got there. I saw all the roller coasters and thought to myself how fun they would be the biggest one was the superman
2711, the distance in miles between Horsham, Pennsylvania, the town I was raised in, and Wenatchee, Washington, the town I now call home. From my first breath of Pacific Northwest air until just recently, I felt as if I was on my own personal roller coaster, experiencing the excitement of meeting new people and despair when I missed home. I went through twists and loops as I struggled to open myself up to a whole new way of life. During this time, I clung to Martin Luther King Jr.’s words of wisdom, “If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward” (King 1). To make the transition from a big city girl with a small family to a small city girl with a big family I followed King’s advice and always kept moving forward.
The next day , I woke up , ready and so excited for disney . * i noticed that i would get to see all the characters and to give them all hugs and say hi . we all eventually got up and got ready to go to all the amusement parks , i had as much energy as a red bull could give to a person . The first we went to frontier land . frontier land is the place where you would find the kyote and the road runner .
The trampoline allowed me to escape the boundaries set by gravity. For my 16th birthday my friend and I made the trip to Sky Zone, an indoor playground filled with trampolines from wall to wall. After signing the waiver, I ventured my way out into the free jump section. Swinging my arms in rhythm with my bounce, I began to build momentum. Pushing harder and harder with every jump, I reached towering heights as I tested out the resilience of the springs.
It was a sunny hot day, and the sun was burning me. I had butterflies in my stomach. when I got closer to my biggest fear, I thought more about whether or not I really wanted to do this. My sister and I slowly got in to the hot red seat and grabbed the burning and wet handle that would soon be protecting us in the seat that would bring us through the horrible, insane, terrible roller coaster ride called the deadly beast which i advise you should never ride. I was like a small little ant about to be face to face with the biggest animal out there.
I got onto the rollercoaster with my family to have some extreme fun. I got myself seated with the seatbelt. Everything went planned until I saw the same evil creature facing directly at me. I then realised something was wrong. Horribly wrong.
It was the most exciting moment of my entire life. It felt like the ferry was taking as taking hours I couldn’t wait any longer I was bouncing up and down trying to be as patient as I could. Eventually after what seemed like hours the ferry had finally come in there was a slight breeze that blew the ears about on my goofy hat. When the bridge was lowered and the captain gave us permission to board I ran on and went straight upstairs to the front of the boat, I could see it in the distance the Disney castle this got me even more excited which made me start to jump up and down and then my Mickey Mouse sunglasses fell off my face and in to the water my mum shouted at me as I just got the sunglasses but I didn’t let it affect my day as I knew it was going to be one of the greatest days of my life. Once we got through the front gates I just stopped and it felt like the whole world around me froze it was just the feeling of being there I couldn’t quite believe it, it was just like I got told it was I could smell the freshly made sweet popcorn from the popcorn vans as I walked down the street towards the castle.
I don’t remember much about the experience, but I do recall loving it. My mom would come sit to watch me and an hour later it was already time to leave, but I never wanted to. When it came time for the end of year “meet” I was the only one who had gotten their one armed cartwheel and bridge. I was so proud of myself and knew I loved the sport. A grin from ear to ear stayed on my small face for the following week.
After about an hour of people showering, we all piled in a car and pulled off to Six Flags. Once we got there, we found a spot and got our tickets. Everyone was so excited except for me. We went to a roller coaster. I told my mom that I was scared but she told me to try it and I did.
“You ready?” Avery questioned. “Wow, your first roller coaster, today’s a good day.” We were waiting in line for a roller coaster at Adventureland- my first and her twentieth- something. She was standing next to me while we waited in line with Annabel and her mom in front of us. They were talking up a storm and I tuned it out, feeling sick to my stomach and excited at the same time. I was focusing on the smell of cotton candy, trying to calm myself down.
I somehow manage to drag myself out of my ruby red sheets. I think to myself, I’m going to Cedar Point today. I shiver and shriek in excitement. I 'm positive today was going to be the day I ride Top Thrill Dragster. After all, it was only Tuesday, who even goes to Cedar Point on a Tuesday?
", "What is your favorite thing to do?" or almost any question about myself, my answer has always been dance. When I was fourteen, I decided to take a risk. I had debated the decision before, but it was always too expensive. After I opened up to my teacher and she told me all of the amazing fundraising opportunities, it was decided; I was going to try out for the competition team.
Nicholas Pyles Professor Robin Mathis COMM 2400 2 October 2014 Pyles 1 By a show of hands how many people in the class has been roller skating and had a fun time? Now think about how your life would change if you had a disability. Cerebral Palsy affects my life in many way and one of the ways I coped with it was I turn all the negativity that I got from people and turn it into good positive energy. So I discovered an interest in Roller Skating at just three years old and got diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of four years old so that made it even harder to learn how to skate. Roller Skating enabled me to conquer my disability and showed me the endless possibilities that come along with it.