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Do not move. There is a jellyfish wrapped around your face!
Oh my god is she going to be ok??
She'll be ok!
When the captain first told me there was a jellyfish on me, I was in disbelief. I tried to rip my goggles off, but that only made the jellyfish sting more.
After what felt like hours, I removed the goggles with the jellyfish still wrapped around it.
You've got to get back into the water. If you don't you'll never conquer your fears. You can stay on the boat or you can get back in and be fearless.
I am scared..
My mother was freaking out, wondering if she had to call the hospital because I was turning so red. The captain calmed her down telling her it was just a normal jellyfish sting.
I went back to the beach for a little. I could not believe my first day in the ocean, in Hawaii, I got stung by a jellyfish! I did not want to go back into the water, I was terrified.
I got back on the boat, but I still did not want to get back in the water. That was until another worker from the boat came and talked to me.
In that moment, I was terrifeid soemthing awful would happen again. However, I did not want to spend my time being scared, sitting on the boat. So I decided to face my fears and jump back in.
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