Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

2244 Words Sep 9th, 2015 9 Pages
Blacking in and out, confusion and fear filled my mind as I slowly woke up lying on my back between my four-wheeler and the cold ground. I was numb; my mind was racing “what just happened?” All in the matter of seconds. I hear a faint yelling of some sort as I close my eyes again. “Kylie!” I open my eyes; everyone around me was moving the four-wheeler from off top of me, and my step dad and his friend trying to wake me up. My eyes closed. It was a mid January morning in 2012; I was 15 years old. There wasn’t much snow, and it wasn’t too cold. “Lets go for a ride,” my step said. It’s usually what we did together on the weekends. We live in the coal region, so where we ride we call it the coal banks. As he went to make sure they had oil and gas, I ran upstairs to bundle up, three sweatshirts and once coat later. I proceeded to go outside to the garage to gear up. We were ready; it was going to be a good day; my step dad and I, the neighbor, his brother and a friend, we had a good group for a nice trail ride. It was time to go, I gave my four-wheeler one good kick; “lets go!” We began up the path behind my house and around the pond. We finally made it up to the path we wanted to be on that lead to the trails. My step dad, Mark, was leading and the rest of us were behind. I always wanted to race so I got rid of my old four-wheeler, a Honda 300ex, and got a Honda TRX450r. Not many girls can handle a 450. Every time we went for a ride just Mark and I, he always challenged…

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