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It was the summer of 2009 I was on the Interstate bound for family fun at the Busch Gardens Williamsburg I could feel warm humid air seeping through the windows of the car It was fairly quiet in the car so I wanted to bring up a question I asked What do you want to do most at Busch Gardens today Little did I know that I would be bonding with Mom through my first roller coaster Little did I know that I would be bonding with Mom through my first roller coaster realizing how much my parents cared about me and how they want me to feel special They predicted that a roller coaster would be the best way for me to feel appreciatedAlmost immediately after I asked my question Mom revealing what she had planned for me to do replied thoughtfully Im hoping we can ride the Big Bad Wolf It seems like a ride we could enjoy What do you want to do most GraceThere was a bit of silence Apparently Grace was having trouble deciding what she wanted to do the mostEventually Grace chimed in I want to get to everythingEven the Escape from Pompeii joked DadNo she spit backA while later a long time after we arrived we were sitting on an old bench near the Oktoberfest section of the theme park My brother and sister went off to get apple cider with Dad because they were thirsty but I stayed with Mom because I didnt like ciders Waiting for the rest of the family to return Mom and I decided to go on the nearby roller coaster which was the Big Bad Wolf I wasnt eager but knowing it was going to be retired the next week I decided I should brave itOf course I was nervous Id never been on a switchback before and was slightly worried to do so right after hearing about accidents that happened on
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