Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Although I thought it was a good idea when I went to an amusement park with a friend and went on a subsequent roller coaster ride, I don’t think my equilibrium is ever going to treat the idea of those the same way again. To this date, I still get dizzy whenever I envision going on anything that takes my feet off of the ground like that (although I seem to do alright when I’m on ferris wheels, but I attribute that to my peculiarities). That said, having my feet off of the ground just doesn’t seem to mesh well with me — sure, my kids can get older, continue to like water as much as they do and even get FCS surfboard bags, but I’m not joining them in anything above water that takes my feet out of it. No boats, nothing. Just kiddy pooling it for me. I don’t mind that at all.
However, that doesn’t mean that I hold it against anyone or judge them for being able to do the things that… do not mesh that well with me. And I can tolerate amusement parks when they’re in cartoons or video games just as long as the view provided isn’t of, say… one going down a drop or something. I can tolerate boats alright, just not when someone’s taking video of it shaking.