My palms were sweating. My heart was beating fast and furiously. This was it. My very first upside-down roller coaster ride at age nine in Hershey Park. The Sooper Dooper Looper was so intimidating. It seemed like there were millions of upside-down loops. I was with my friend Katie and the line was long. The long wait only made it worse, leaving time for the panic to build.
As I paced back and forth in the long line, my brain began to wander among the possibilities of what was to come. I began to ask, “What if I fall out of my seat when we go upside down? What if my seatbelt comes unlocked? What if the coaster gets stuck?” After I brought this up, Katie told me I needed to just have fun and take my mind off of it. All I could think was,
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I was waiting in line at the Rockin Roller Coaster at Disney World, and I had butterflies in my stomach. The line was so long and when people got off they looked very shaken. The tunnel that led inside of the Rockin Roller Coaster was really dark inside, and the music was really loud. When I was waiting in line I really wanted to tell my mom and dad that I did not want to ride the ride anymore, but instead I said, “Have you ever ridden the Rockin Roller Coaster before?”
Just when we got up close to the front my heart started beating a mile a minute. I was scared, I wanted to go back and not do this. Though I knew waiting 2 ½ hours couldn’t be for nothing so I rode the coaster. It was extremely fun and fast. I loved
Lani: I was helping for someone’s project for COMM 245; I was in the video lab, in the studio. I was on campus and decided to contact everyone I knew who comes to the school. I remember I sent out a snap saying guys I think there is a shooting, be careful and then I started sending out individual texts to people making sure they were okay, like hey are you good? Stay out of an area.
As I do this I realize that I am scared I have no idea what I 'm going to do and I am scared. I am afraid that I am going to go up the tower and get stuck and maybe the chains will break and we will free fall down or even worse fall out. Trying to distract my mind with other things, but the thought of falling was like a leech that had attached itself to my brain and wouldn 't leave. This ride has got me in over my head. My head is focused trying to process every precise detail of my situation and telling myself that there is no way I can back out, no not now, I will stand tall and get over
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.
As we walked inside the dirty, salt stench, of a theme park, My sister started going nuts wanting to ride everything. My parents told her to wait a minute while they got themselves situated. Finally the part of the trip I was dreading the most, the part where I had to go ride the blue streak. The line wasn 't too long so we decided to go. I sat in the car with my sister, which by the way was a little bigger then me, so the bar that came across our lap only went up to my stomach.
Hello again, I am so sorry I’ve emailed you so many times but I would really really like to meet one on one with Gerardo. My initial meeting that was scheduled for February 14th, I had to cancel due to being very sick and not wanting to spread it to him or his family. Are there any open slots? God bless, Rachal Adent
Mckenna, I too wrote about the mindless monster and the negative effects it can have on someone. It's crazy to think about the lengths people will go to please someone and will overwork themselves to make sure others are happy. I believe that the only way to be truly happy is to make sure you're good first. The other aspect I agree with was your point on body language. That is something I need to work on a lot as well.
We started that jam-packed day with the Batman rollercoaster. The coaster was amazing with its numerous loops, twists, drops, and confrontational speeds. Coasters have never bothered me with heights. After enduring quite a few of rides, it was almost the end of our day. We made our way into the last section of the park and there it was: the most horrific ride of them all.
I waited in line with my friends as I decided on whether or not I should go on it. I went along with it, and rode the ride. I started to freak out before the ride finished going upward at the beginning, but by the end my voice was all warmed up from screaming. Stepping out of the ride, my legs were all jittery, and
I have been doing some thinking about our conversation a few days ago and have concluded that I will take you up on the offer! I just sold my old bike and now have some money left over that I can use to pay for those seminars. I am going to see how soon I can get this done, I am going to look at the dates and send my form in. I will keep you posted on the status of things as they get processed.
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.
My friends said that the middle was less, scary but unfortunately it was taken so we had to go to the top I was about run out of the ride but my friends were holding me back creak! creak! The gate closed I was horrified , but the seat belt held me back. It started moving higher and higher me screaming like my life depended on it but laughing and crying at the same time I was going through mixed emotions. Then