Lean back and let the ride take you to where you're gonna go. It was all he could hear in his head. The life guard just told him to "GO".
I was in line-he thought. The world was spinning around him. The sun was shining and all the people around him were happy to be riding the wave.
I'm scared- he thought to himself.
I'm not really sure how I'm going to stop myself!- he warned himself.
Things are happening so fast. He used his one free hand to feel his head.
Yes. He said out loud, relieved.
I have a helmet. He was wearing his black helmet.
The ride's dangerous enough. He was beginning to feel immensely gracious. He knew it was just a feeling.
I remember when Bobby Brodinsky told me about how he felt in control and that instant almost...he was thrown off.
Won't happen to me, Bobby's an idiot. He was starting to understand the mechanism behind the slide. He wasn't sure how, but he was aware that it was traveling down, and moving faster and faster as the session proceeded.
He thought back to what one of his teachers had told him.
It was something about putting everything it's spot neatly. Except that was his teacher's job. To make sure her class room was kept, tidy.
I remember that she just swept everything under the rug, it was because she really didn't care or understand. She could make sure every word anyone ever read of hers was spelled correctly but she couldn't understand that life was pursuit of happiness.
Not all of them were like that, he found himself thinking out loud again. The ride was far from over, he was going faster then ever.
There was that other one. He remembered. She was younger then him and she was persistent. She found him working one night and made it a point to get to know him outside the classroom. She was overwhelmingly spectacular. Innocence was withing his reach, she was looking to attract her first real pupil.
She was so much younger then me. He thought. The movement was beginning to throw him around. the helmet pleased his mind,
If I crack my skull on something it won't matter he thought. Then he remember the dirty rug in the class room. He remembered how it just looked clean. Made him realize that he's moving so fast that if he actually was to hit anything he'd end up shattering.