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My Most Memorable ExperienceThe beaten up old Pontiac sputtered violently as we rolled leisurely out of our driveway With my mom in the passenger seat and my dad behind the wheel the front of the car was up with excitement for our trip to Arizona My brother Allan was quietly asleep next to me and as for my sister Jacqueline and youngest brother JD they played quietly in the car I sat quietly behind my mother still delirious of the situation and dreading the long exhausting trip that I was to endure My lack of enthusiasm was due to my late bedtime the night before I guess I was lucky to be a passenger in the car and not the driver as so I could snooze as my dad urged himself to go onward towards Arizona as he sat behind the cars steering wheel We had already been on the road for three hours now and still not a peep out of anyone except my youngest siblings whom were frolicking around together with their toys in the back of the car My dad refused to stop for food until noon It was 1130 yet 30 minutes seemed like an awful long time and my stomach had been craving something anything for at least an hour The hunger was uncontrollable an almost eerie feeling one you get before riding a roller coaster came to me No one else seemed to complain so I attempted to ignore the issue by putting myself to sleep Over 45 minutes had past before I was awaken so abruptly by the grasp of my dad large hand on my shoulder Time for lunch quaintly said with a jolly cheer hidden deep in his voice One after another we trickled from the car emptying quite quickly I took a large deep breath of what I assumed would be fresh air Instead I coughed The air wreaked of exhaust and was dry concentrated
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