I was able to take the kiddos to Lagoon in Salt Lake City, UT this past week and we had a blast.
But the fun stopped in the final hour when the major coaster we were going back to broke down and we watched as 8 unlucky passengers got stuck at the very top hill, waiting to get pushed into an inverted free fall.
Cue all my nightmares.
There’s nothing worse than getting stuck. Anywhere. Let alone at ungodly heights strapped onto a coaster. I’m finding this scenario can play out in real life too.
If you’re stuck on a roller coaster in real life, with all those dips, climbs, fast speeds and unpredictable twists, I just want you to know, I get it. I don’t know how to stop the ride other than, eventually… it does stop.
Maybe that’s just a product of this fallen world we all get to navigate. Without warning, at one point or another, we’ll get strapped in and launched, like it or not.
My hope is that none of us–myself included–get stuck at any point on the ride too long.
If you’re there, leave a comment below and let me know, so I can be thinking about you this week.
After all, one can never have enough coaster buddies!