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Sunday, 3 July 2016

Climbing up

      Climbing up.   I feel like jumping in the air with excitement. I head into the wilderness.  Nature is around me, in front of me a great big tree. The branches are wide apart, too wide apart. Can I make it?  My arms are too small. I can not do this, I think to myself. I wish I could  go back. I clip my safety gear on. Is my clip going to snap?

 I go up. My hand slipped off a branch. I'm going to die! I'm going to die!

I started to regret choosing the hardest part of the tree. I stretched my hand, to branch... I'm going to pull a muscle.
Luckily, there was a close branch and I had one tiny rest. Finally the pain in my arm went away. So I continued to climb.
 I  just remembered my group I didn't  know all of them can I trust them. are they going to let go of my clip I am going  to die.
My next step is to do the tree that mostly everyone is doing, the easy one. And definitely don't volunteer to go first. I have learned to trust my team and my goal is to trust my team and keep on trying tree climbing. 
I Was learning how to use commas and full stops. And I did well
because I learned really fast and I can use full stops.


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