Debut Albums and Best Thing

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Everyone has that one thing they’ve always wanted to do or that fear they want to conquer. Sometimes that one thing you’ve always wanted to do could end up being the best thing you’ve ever done. You only have one life so you either make all your dreams come true while you have it or you waste that time. I’m not one to waste my life or time; if I want to do something I’m going to do it. On the sunny, hot summer day in 2010 my best friend George took me on his motorcycle for the very first time. I was not only scared but I was also super excited. Ever since I was a little girl I always wanted to be able to one day ride on a motorcycle. I had not only so many thoughts running through my head but I also had tons of feelings running throughout my body. When we were getting ready to go on the bike I was so nervous I couldn’t even do the straps to my helmet. I was so scared to get on the bike and actually get going but this was something I had to do because it was something I’ve always wanted to do. When we first started going I wasn’t quite sure about how I felt about being on the bike. At first I didn’t really like the feeling that nothing was around us to protect us like when you were driving a car. As we started to pick up speed I started to feel more and more comfortable. Then the further and further we began to drive I felt so much more alive. This was a feeling I’ve never felt in my life. I had never felt such a freedom like I did while riding the motorcycle. Riding the motorcycle made me feel so happy once I wasn’t scared beyond belief anymore. While riding it was like everything bad or anything you were worrying about practically disappeared. He took me all over town and I realized that was the best thing I’ve ever done. This was something that could make you feel so good with little effort put forth. As we went all over town we stopped at various places receiving many compliments about the bike. The bike was a Honda Shadow, 745cc liquid-cooled 52 degree...
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