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Reflection Paper - Not Gonna Quit I guess when someone is...

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Not Gonna Quit I guess when someone is sixteen years old, it is not the coolest thing to hang out with your little sister. But when I looked at my older brother, Kyle, he was the definition of cool. He had everything in high school; a cool car, lots of friends, and a starting position on a varsity sport. I was his twelve year old sister, and I was jealous. Not because of what he had, but because he could snowboard, and that looked like the most amazing thing. After several weeks of begging him to teach me how to snowboard, he finally agreed. I was stoked, and could not wait to get out on the hill. When the day came for my brother to teach me to snowboard, Kyle and I left early in the morning and went to Trollhaugen in Dresser, Wisconsin. It was a chilly twenty degrees outside, but I was bundled up in five layers of clothes, holding my brother’s old Burton snowboard, trying to look like I knew what I was doing. I believed that it was going to be the best day ever. Boy was I wrong. He strapped my foot onto the board, and did the same with his. Then we went straight to the chairlift. The chairlift? Wait, aren’t people supposed to learn to snowboard on the bunny hill? Start small, get bigger? ‘Oh well,’ I thought, ‘He knows what he’s doing’.
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