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Thrills and Chills My alarm goes off at seven oclock in the mourning as I roll over in my bed to turn it off Lying there half-asleep I begin to grin as my mom comes in to turn my light on As she opens the door I can smell the alluring smell of coffee and fresh biscuits Leaving the room she yells back Dallas traffic is not fun in the mourning It does not take me long to jump out of my cozy nest and run to the kitchen for breakfast After inhaling two biscuits and a cup of coffee I race to get in the shower first When I am finished taking my shower I am the first one to get dressed and rush everyone outside to the car As soon as Dad takes his time we are finally ready to hit the road for about an hour in a half trip My anticipation begins to rise more and more as we get close to the heart stopping attraction As we enter the drive-in gate I am so excited I am practically jumping up and down by the time we find a parking spot As we leave our car and head for the front entrance I am in the lead With my backpack on and ticket in hand I wait patiently in line As I give my ticket to the person my eyes begin to light up as I walk into this colorful place The race is on as I dash to my favorite thing which stands so high in the air with its wooden frame luring me to ride As I trudge to the front of the line I frantically try to pick the most invigorating car Finally I pick the front car and am harnessed in as my nervousness begins to build The ride starts as we begin to climb the first hill As we reach the top my
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