Last year my family and I, consisting of my little brother, mother and father, took a vacation trip to Estes Park, Colorado to get away from dirty and flat black-void of Kansas. It was along seven hour drive but when we got there I was ready to get out of the car.
Tap Tap. “Matthew time to get up.” I wake up to see my dad looking at me. “ Good morning, I say” even though it was 4:30 in the morning. The day was going to be a ok day, as for me I got dressed, packed my suitcase, and we left the house. My dad and my mom started talking about how the trip was going to be awesome while I was trying to get some shut eye. When we arrived at the airport my mom had to wake me up from another long cat nap. We went through security, got on our plane, and was on our way to another great day in Canada.
With all the significance that this trip holds, I couldn't have been anymore paralyzed with fear. Filled with both excitement and nervousness, I almost thought my three hour trip was nonexistent. I told myself, "this is something new for you and everyone else in your family, so make the best of it". It was all so true, I was finally going to Cedar Point after tons of years. Just feeling my body tremble from amusement of fulfilling one of many childhood dreams, was something to live for.
I never was really close with my grandfather. I’ve pretty much lived in Utah my whole life. I was born in Richland, Washington, but I have no memories of living there because my family moved here, to Utah, when I was two. The majority of my family, from both my mother’s and my father’s side, live in the northwest. I only go to Washington/Oregon maybe once a year. Even when I go I don’t see the majority of my family. Both my mother and my father have had issues with their parents and some of their siblings, which is why we don’t visit most of them. When I was younger, I went to my grandparent’s house in Pasco, Washington every summer. Even then, it was just me, my sister, and my grandmother. My grandfather
I 've learned that reading and writing can take me any where I want it to go. I can explore my mind to go anywhere by imagination, by reading and writing.However,My reading and writing experience since I was a kid until now I still having a difficulty.
Being very fortunate to travel, my wife and I decided to traveo to Hawaii. It was our first trip to that paradisaical place. The experience was fabulous from the very beginning. We flew to the island, and before the plane could land, we were amazed at beautiful blue and clarity of the sea. As we reached towards the beach we were able to see the bottom of the ocean.
A life changing event that occurred was when I moved from West Virginia to Arizona. Which was a tremendous trip which took about two thousand miles,by driving. On our way to the desert my family and I stopped at campgrounds,resorts was memorable. It provided me with a new aspect of how truly large the world is. While stopping at campgrounds along the road to Arizona I was able to admire the scenes,explore the town metaphorically speaking. While staying the day at the campgrounds my family and I would go hiking,swimming, out to eat and visit tourist destinations in that area. As my family and I entered Arizona it was eye opening. It was very shocking to see that palm trees actually existed it Arizona.
There is one far distant memory that I can never seem to get out of my head. When I was much younger, maybe 8 or 9, my family and I went to the Hawaiian islands on vacation. As everybody else that visits the islands, we of course went to the beach. I had no idea at the time that I would have such an intense experience that would change me for the rest of my life.
After a good time in Los Angeles, we went back to San Diego where we stayed at my uncle’s house. We went to many beaches. I thought the Pacific Ocean was going to be so special but it was just like the Atlantic Ocean back at home. The water was cold and there were stingrays everywhere! It was still worth going to the beaches and having a good time with my family and making many memories that will last a lifetime. California is the place to go for spending time with your family and doing fun activities together.
When I was 10 years old this little movie named Free Willy came out. I fell in love with that movie. I actually cried when Willy jumped over that jetty and freed himself. I wanted Free Willy everything. By this time I haven’t been to Seaworld yet. I begged my mom to take me to Seaworld for my birthday. Seaworld was in San Diego which was two hours away. Anyway, my mom surprised me and took me to Seaworld for my birthday. I was the happiest 10-year-old ever. I was so fucking happy at Seaworld. Everything was just perfect until she took me to see the Shamu show. I’m watching Shamu and I told my mom that Shamu looks like Willy. All my mom had to do was tell me that it wasn’t Willy. That is all she had to do. My mom looked me dead in the eye and
Hi my name is Madison Talisha. I live out in Tennessee. I love the South. I love my parents I love everyone including my husband Gerald Talisha. I 've got I got two of amazing wonderful kind children. I try to teach him what 's right and down here in the South. We owned slaves but we don 't have them working out in the plantation. We want to treat everyone right. We things that everyone has a right to Freedom. Yeah you might think well they live in the south so they must own slaves and treat them with cruelty but the truth is we buy all the slaves to free them. Please don 't tell. Well that 's enough about me. Time for me to tell you about the time. We help the Manifest Destiny. By the way this was in 2018.
I did not see any dolphins in the morning but my grandparents told me that we were going to go see some dolphins on a dolphin cruise. Because Gulf Shores is on the Gulf of Mexico dolphins like to ride the waves when boats go out. We drove to the dolphin cruise place and we got on the boat. There were lots of old people on the boat. My sisters and I were the only kids on the boat. At first the boat went slow and the driver turned on some loud music. All of a sudden we saw some dolphins riding the waves. They were jumping and playing just like children! I was so happy to finally see dolphins. It looked like they were having fun. I had fun
Counting down time packing up clothes in about ten minutes we would be going to Corpus Christi Texas. My sister and I were born. We lived there until I was a year old and until my sister was four.
Hi, I am Paige Marquis and this is my story from beginning to end. It all began in a hospital named Baton Rouge General on Bluebonnet in East Baton Rouge, Louisiana when a woman named Jennifer Welch gave birth to the most beautifulest angel in the world (aka me). As I was growing up I lived all over Louisiana, my birthplace. I switched from living with my mom, to my dad, to with my grandma and other family that was living with her, and then to my grandpa, with all of that moving around practically every year that also meant a new schools every year. I was moving around so much, I practically shut myself off and stopped trying to make new friends.
It all started on a summer day, I went to nags head beach with my family. We got a big beach house with my whole family and a few friends. This was about 4 years but it feels like it was just the other day. We went at the very end of the summer. It was still nice and warm outside.