Monday, July 24, 2006

Fundy wasn't sure what he thought about his first rollercoaster ride in 10 years.

Click on "rollercoaster" for the rest of the story.

HILARIOUS!!! I've learned that lesson the hard way. Nothing makes you feel older than a ride on a roller coaster. There is a carousel at a local park that I take Ethan on. Without fail I find myself thinking, "Isn't this going a little fast? I'm mean this is a pretty good clip for a kids ride."

Ethan is thinking, "Why is mommy green?"

I feel your pain Fundy.
By the way we also celebrated our 2nd anniversary at a Six Flags. I was nauseous all day. ; )
Thanks for the support, Lizard. It was all downhill (no pun intended) after this picture was taken.
I remember in high school how much I absolutely LOVED roller coasters. Forwards, backwards, upside-down, loopdy-loops etc. Then, after I had been married probably 2 or 3 years, we went to a state fair in NC. I rode on this ride where you just stand there, and it spins and spins and the pressure of it pushes you up against the outside wall. I thought it was so fun, I did it again immediately. I have not wanted to get on anything that spins ever since then, and that was probably 5 or 6 years ago. It makes me sick just remembering it...what happened to me?
Kellsey--I had a lot of fun on the smoother type rollercoasters, but I can't ride the newer, super intense ones--they make me feel awful. I made the mistake of riding the Texas Giant to humor my husband--what a nightmare! My body was bouncing around like a rag doll....:P
Ah! The Texas Giant used to be one of my favorites! I wonder if I would like it anymore...

Sorry you got so bounced. I generally remember coming off that one with bruises.
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