After a few hours in the water Lauren and I want to go have some fun on the seadoo, and as were putting on our life jackets, my mom always gives us the same lecture on being safe so when she pauses even for a second were out of there. I spot a little cove I ask Lauren if she wants to drive and even though she has a terrified look on her face she says yes. As soon as we start to go I realize this might have been a mistake so i wrap the saftey bracelet even tighter around my wrist and pray this doesn’t go badly. Were doing just fine as I’m teaching her the tricks like you need to lean the opposite way when your turning and just as I think she’s getting it we topple off the watercraft. I quickly come up for air as to make sure the seadoo stopped when we fell, because the bracelet is still on my hand and i am relieved that it is so I look around for Lauren. When I see she is fine I relax a little an concentrate on getting back up while not trying to hit any rocks.
Once we both get safely back on, we decide it would be better that I drive back and as we do we are both hysterically laughing at ourselves. Back at camp my dad asks us if we wanted to go again and as Lauren and I try to stifle our laughter we shake our heads saying we just want to relax a little while. Being there all day got pretty exhausting and we decide to pack it in. As I drive Lauren and I back to the dock and were hitting all these huge waves we try to take it slow, because my mom is watching us like a hawk from the boat a hundred yards away. When we finally get back to the hotel everyone crashes before diner, and I realize I couldn’t have had a better birthday than this.
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