First Flight Essay

332 WordsJan 3, 20122 Pages
My heart thumps loudly against my vhest as I drag my overweight bag along the carpet floor and into the corridor. As a walked along into the long hall, I glanced up and noticed the sign telling me to get on. My entire body could barely hold itself together with the anticipation of the monumental, dream-come-true event about to take place. I said to myself, “ill soon be in the air.” I slowed my pace to further enjoy what was happening. Swarms of people walked around me as I treasured knowing that one of my lifetime goals was now inevitably going to occur. The excitement and adrenaline running through my veins could have killed a horse. Not being able to stand suck self-torture, I hurried my pace to what was almost a sprint, until I caught up with the unfortunately boring group that I was, as I felt universally bound to. I came to a bend in the tunnel, where I saw through the clear glass window, that which before entering gave no hint of its existence. “ill soon be in the air.” Just after this quick bend, the crew became visible helping people on. Just before I entered the transportation unit, I looked down at the gap between the door and I. the metal around the entry door was rusted and worn, which gave me an eerie feeling. Reluctantly, I stepped aboard and felt uneasy, as I saw those responsible for taking us to our destination. I would soon know for sure, how I felt about my plausible career. The stewardess then directed me towards the back, away from the cockpit. I looked at my and at what seat id be sitting in. I had to duck in and around people putting their luggage into the upper compartments and look for my number on the back of my seat that matched my ticket stamp. As I walked past one window, I glanced out and saw the right

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