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When I went to my Summer Camp(As my mom would call it), I went to a big ice skating rink, with everyone at "Camp". We all had to wait in a big line to get our ice skates. It's at times like this that I don't want to go to here, even if this is my first time ice skating. When I finally got my skates, I didn't know if I need to tie them in a special way. Someone told me to tie them like they were regular shoes. I was really excited but like almost everyone who tries something new, you are a little nervous like I am right now. When I got on the floor, it was hard to balance but I got the hang of it. Then I got to the ice rink, I saw most of the people on the edge of the rink. I joined them and by the time I got halfway across the edge, I could go pretty fast if I hanged on to the edge, but if I let go, it was another story. I fell down so much that it looked like I wanted to fall down. Then I remembered a Sesame Street episode I was forced to watch with my little brother where they said to take small steps and make them bigger and bigger. Soon I was going forward slowly. One of my friends , Sam, was still pretty much still stranded on the wall "Save me Brian!" he said. "I can't". "SAVE ME". Those were the last two words I heard before I slowly inched away. Then I saw Julien also stranded on the wall. Then it was a replay of my encounter with Sam. "Save Me!". But this time he didn't stop. He let go of the wall and immediately fell. Then he fake cried and I fell down too. Then we laughed. Then I saw my annoying 5 year old little brother, got up and went to him. He said he wanted me to stay with him so I did. I held hands with him and started to skate with him. I encouraged him to let go of the edge and that I'm holding on to him. He let go and said"OHHHH" and immediately grabbed the edge. I stayed with him until we got to the entrance/exit. He got out of the rink. I wanted to stay on the rink but my ankles hurt so I also got out of the rink and sat on on the and got some water. I stayed on the bench for a bit before I got on the ice again. I just went around the rink several times, then I noticed someone was on the outside, on the benches. I opened the door and then he noticed me. It was my friend Adrian was there. He said that he was horrible and he said he was gonna stay there for a while. Then he said he wasn't supposed to be there so I just got out and didn't tell anyone. I continued to skate and even got in a conga line. I continued to skate and when I had to go, I wanted to skate to the exit as fast as I could. I went as fast as I could without falling for 2 seconds and then I fell and slid a few feet away from the door. I got up, pretended that didn't happen, and left.
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My funny first ice skating experience
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My Funny First Ice Skating Experience

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              When I went to my Summer Camp(As my mom would call it), I went to a big ice skating rink, with everyone at "Camp". We all had to wait in a big line to get our ice skates. It's at times like this that I don't want to go to here, even if this is my first time ice skating. When I finally got my skates, I didn't know if I need to tie them in a special way. Someone told me to tie them like they were regular shoes. I was really excited but like almost everyone who tries something new, you are a little nervous like I am right now. When I got on the floor, it was hard to balance but I got the hang of it. Then I got to the ice rink, I saw most of the people on the edge of the rink. I joined them and by the time I got halfway across the edge, I could go pretty fast if I hanged on to the edge, but if I let go, it was another story. I fell down so much that it looked like I wanted to fall down. Then I remembered a Sesame Street episode I was forced to watch with my little brother where they said to take small steps and make them bigger and bigger. Soon I was going forward slowly. One of my friends , Sam, was still pretty much still stranded on the wall "Save me Brian! " he said.
             
              "I can't".
             
              "SAVE ME".
             
              Those were the last two words I heard before I slowly inched away. Then I saw Julien also stranded on the wall. Then it was a replay of my encounter with Sam.
             
              "Save Me! ".
             
              But this time he didn't stop. He let go of the wall and immediately fell. Then he fake cried and I fell down too. Then we laughed. Then I saw my annoying 5 year old little brother, got up and went to him. He said he wanted me to stay with him so I did. I held hands with him and started to skate with him. I encouraged him to let go of the edge and that I'm holding on to him. He let go and said"OHHHH" and immediately grabbed the edge. I stayed with him until we got to the entrance/exit. He got out of the rink. I wanted to stay on the rink but my ankles hurt so I also got out of the rink and sat on on the and got some water. I stayed on the bench for a bit before I got on the ice again. I just went around the rink several times, then I noticed someone was on the outside, on the benches. I opened the door and then he noticed me. It was my friend Adrian was there. He said that he was horrible and he said he was gonna stay there for a while. Then he said he wasn't supposed to be there so I just got out and didn't tell anyone. I continued to skate and even got in a conga line. I continued to skate and when I had to go, I wanted to skate to the exit as fast as I could. I went as fast as I could without falling for 2 seconds and then I fell and slid a few feet away from the door. I got up, pretended that didn't happen, and left.
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