Half of them had done it before but Mom and I have never done it. We were at Walt Disney World in Animal Kingdom, “I am nervous about later today.” I told them. “Why?” Sammie asked. “Because of the Rockin’ Roller Coaster.” I answered. I was not ready for it.
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. In order to understand how Martin Luther King Jr.’s quote explains my roller coaster ride I must explain my backstory. When I was only 4 years old my parents divorced. I learned at a very young age to be independent and rely on only one person, me. I lacked empathy and tended to isolate myself whenever possible.
But the most intricate and intoxicating thing about the mountain was its appearance in the sky. It appeared as if the only purpose of the sun was to cast its glow on the enormous heap of Earth. The clouds parted at the peak of the mountain and the rays of the sun cast a warm glow on all the mountains hills, trees, and snow. An enormous grin spread across my face as we slowly came into view of the station at the peak of the mountain and began to decelerate. I stepped out of the gondola, grabbed my snowboard, and made my way towards the
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.
Disney Cruise 3 months ago I can’t believe we won the lottery and won 1 million dollars. My parents told us that we were going to go on a trip but we don’t think that we are actually going to go on a trip anywhere. It was still super exciting to win the lottery and all of that money. At dinner we our parents tell us we are going on a trip. We ask where but they say it is going to be a surprise.
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
An experience that was meaningful to me was the time that my entire family and I went to Disney from July 1st,2010 to July 14th,2010 it was such a great experience. Jumping with excitement the first time that I found out (Participle). It was going to be my first big trip with my mom’s boyfriend who is now my dad. This was a trip that was holding such a big surprise at the end of it. I full of excitement (Absolute), got to packing as soon as I found out.
I turn my board toward the huge jump and head to the big mound of snow. The trip feels longer than a snail crossing the street. I reach the mountain of doom in what feels like an hour. I take a deep breath, feel my board lift off the snow, and hope for the best. I shoot off the jump and fly through the air like a flailing bird learning to fly.
There have been many different times in my life where I did something I thought I could not have done. Although there have been many different events like that, there was one that stood out the most. That one was when I went on my first rollercoaster ride. Now you might think that anybody can ride a rollercoaster or that, that is not something that important. But for me it was, I was only a little kid and it looked very frightening.
Level ten was mesmerizing and elite was even better, olympic. But it didn’t really matter to me what level I was, as long as I was doing gymnastics. Around December, on the competitive team’s side of the gym, a coach began to recognize me. He told my coach, a short strong former gymnast, that he wanted to talk to my mom about possibly moving on to the real team. I was overjoyed, but scared.
What a Day Once upon a time I was going to Cedar point.It was going to be awesome! I mean I’m with my parents and my older siblings going to a huge theme park. Not! Sorry guys this isn’t a fairy tale. I was actually scared to death being forced by my older sister to ride the blue streak, why did I go you may ask, because I thought I could go to Snoopy land.
I poked-out my finger and out-of-nowhere, since my grandmother was the closest, I poked her in the neck. And for some reason for each of us in the car, but my nanny was absolutely hysterical. I continued to do it till we reached Gatlinburg and after that trip my nanny would never go back on another one with us. Until, my brother and I are older, so we would not act like wild hyenas on a family trip
The best day I have had recently was going to Six Flags in Agawam, Massachusetts. Six Flags is a huge amusement park with some really wild rides. My uncle drove me, me, my sister, and my cousin there. It took about an hour to get there from home, which is in Worcester, Massachusetts. We all went on some seriously scary rides.
We then split up Alli and Grace went to god knows where and Kira and I headed off to Gatekeeper. I don’t like the ride, but not everyone shares that opinion. We rode the forceless tracks, and then headed off to Power Tower, Which we rode on both sides. This was my first time on Power Tower, so I was scared. We then headed off to Mean Streak, which was before the RMC retrack.
First we got on a pony ride and my aunt and friend were on snapchat the whole ride taking snaps. Then we got of and I pretended to be batman. I pretended to fly and my aunt posted the snap on snapchat and sent the snap to my mom. After we got on goliath a very non scary ride (the ride seemed scary at first.) When I was in line, I was very anxious about going on the ride but at the same time i was a little scared.