Weekend Assignment #63: Recount a noteable amusement park experience. No, it doesn't have to be about getting sick on that rollercoaster... although (heh) those usually are pretty good. It can be any sort of memorable moment: cute, scary, funny, nice, whatever.
That's my Georgia daughter-in-law and me about three years ago, at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City. Behind us, my granddaughter, Amber, and my step-granddaughter, Christyn (probably misspelled, sorry Deb). We had a great time that day, or at least I did. I believe that was the first time their family visited me after the birth of Lyndsay, my youngest granddaughter.
Extra Credit: What's the scariest amusement park ride you've ever been on?
That one in the picture is probably it. I was too chicken to ride a roller coaster until I was past 35, and as I age, I'm turning chicken again. I used to love the Orient Express coaster at World's of Fun, but they tore it down. Too tame, I guess. Truthfully, the scariest rides, to me, are those rinky-dink ones at the state fair, held together with baling wire.