My first day in the United States

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Hundreds of various thoughts and dreams crossed my mind, awakened frightened because of wind shears. Still feeling sleepy, the captain started talking about the weather in Houston and how much time left till landing. We would approach Houston in a short time and my first day in the United States was about to begin. My first day in the United States disturbed me too much although it ended well.

At this time one of the stewardesses came to me and gave me special form for US arrival security. I have a thing about filling out the forms and I felt happy. But after a while, I felt annoyed because of the many forms that I received. At last the airplane came to a bumpy landing. The airplane went over a long way and at the end parked near one of
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Stay here and I will call you again"

"Alright, but I want to talk to my friend and tell him I will get out in a while, is there any phones around here that can I use?"

"Sir this is the special registration room, you can't move from here until I let you go." He finished the discussion toughly.

Weird and bitter dialogue finished at last. The nostalgia had gotten more and more powerful by that time. I felt upset during the next hour. I thought that I would stay in detention for some days. Finally the non-rapturous "Special Registration" had finished after about six hours and I took my baggage and ran out of there as fast as I could.

I started to look around for my friend. Trying to find a phone to call him, someone came to me, someone who looked so familiar to me. "Oh my Gosh, is that you Omid?" he said.

"Sean?!" I answered doubtful.

"What the hell? You've changed a lot! It has been two years since the last time that we met"

"I'm really glad to see you again"

"Me too"

"Hey man! Where is your stuff? Let's take them to my car. It's right in front of the entrance!"

I felt relaxed after all those drab incidents. The situation had exhausted both of us, so, we jumped into the car rapidly. I was so hungry that I could eat a horse! I told him to take us to a restaurant to eat something.

In the way, I saw large acres of natural land right in the middle of the city. High and numerous bridges was the

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