Personal Experience : The Ultimate Prom Experience

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The Ultimate Prom Experience
I have been afraid of flying ever since I was young. The idea of being in a metal bird, thousands of feet above the ground, that takes me from one location to the next safely, terrifies me. A pilot, who I could only hope knows exactly what he is doing, has my life in his hands. When I found out that I would be taking a helicopter to prom instead of a nice car, I honestly thought I was having a nightmare. The one thing in the world that scares me the most will be my transportation of choice to one of biggest nights of my teen year.
It’s the morning of what is supposed to be the most epic ride of my life, yet I feel like vomiting. Knotted, my stomach twists and turns in ways a stomach never should. The helicopters will be here any minute. Everyone comes up to me saying, “Oh how exciting this is! I wish I had gotten to take a helicopter to my prom.” I can’t help but to think that these people, who I hardly know at all, can take my place. I would rather walk to prom, in my five inch heels, than take the helicopter. Carson keeps telling me that we could take his jeep instead, but I know how excited he is to go to his senior prom in a helicopter. So I deny this gesture once again.
I hear someone shout from out front that they see the helicopters in
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