Showing posts from June, 2017

My first ever roller coaster

My dad clutched my arm with fear. You're probably wondering how I got into this situation. Well it all started on a nice summers day, when I decided to go on my first ever roller coaster. What made it even worse was the fact that it was the world’s biggest loop the loop. I stepped up onto the big roller cart, my knees were weak and my heart was thumping.  I plonked my bum down on the hard cold seat. Suddenly I saw this big metal thing go over my head and down to my belly button. “Was it a seatbelt?“ I wondered. I saw my dad on the side. He had nothing beneath him. As they started counting down I could feel my inside’s tighten. 3, 2, 1 whoosh! Off we go. I could feel the G forces holding me back. Then all of a sudden I remembered that once you started, you couldn't just say I want to get off now - you had to go for the the whole time. No! I gasped for air, my lungs were blown. I only blinked for one second and ahh! I was dangling out of the sky. My stomach felt like jelly .Oh n…

My camp experience

On camp I got really scared because apparently people were walking towards our cabin and the dining hall lights were flickering. I was so terrified I almost jumped of my skin.  In the end, I decided to go over to Gabriella who was also terrified. We decided to go to the dining hall where the parents were so we felt more secure.

That wasn't the only emotion I had on camp. I also felt really proud because my group in ‘search and rescue’ didn't get found. In that case it must have meant that we were very good hiders or the people trying to find us were really bad seekers. I wonder if we had another turn hiding they would find us. Despite all the pride, there was one thing really annoying me. It was that there was heaps of drama going on in my cabin.

That was because people were not thinking before they were speaking, and saying some pretty nasty things. I think it was just because they were tired and they probably were missing their parents but I'm not quite sure.

I enjoyed c…