A couple of years ago, me and my sister went to High Elevations for the first time! It was funominal! We couldn't wait to go on the high trampolines!
"I CAN'T WAIT!!!"
When we got there we saw two older girls doing flips on the trampolines. That kinda made me jealous and wished that I could do the same thing too. In the future I knew I was wrong.
I wish I could do that...
...So I put myself up for the challenge. I was going to show everybody that I was capable of doing a front flip. I think I remember my sister calling out for me right before the incident happened...
...And then I heard a loud thud. I think I remember hearing the sirens and people yelling to probably get me to saftey. It was very scary since I didn't wake up untill around 1:00 am
"owww, my arm hurts..."
After I woke up, I was already in the hospital with a tightly-pressed arm cast. By then I already knew my lesson...
The moral that I learned is don't be a follower but be a leader. That means to not always copy what everyone does but to make your own unique path. You can be unique, talented, and creative in your own way.