Tying beginnings to endings
For a few lessons now we have learnt that it is important to tie your beginnings to your endings because it helps keep your writing flowing and makes everything in between those two points much easier to write and understand where you want your writing toe end.
I felt nervous as I entered the plane, maybe because this time I was flying in 1st class. I entered the plane I excitedly waited for the roar of the engine to start.
The plane sped across the runway at incredible speed and slowly the nose of the plane lifted off the ground carrying the rest of the plane with it. I stared through the window and saw the landscape below me, first it was a giant city stretching far and wide, then it was the peaceful country with all the cows and the horses and little duckies, and then the snow-capped mountains.
The plane peacefully glided through the air and I was enjoying the luxury of first class, everything seemed normal, the flight attendants where serving food and I was up to to my 5th movie. I was watching a movie that was a about a man that was in a first class private jet and then he crashed in the mountains and the only way he survived was when he at plane food for 17 years. At the moment the movie ended I rested against the back of my seat and an announcement came on.
“Mayday, Mayday this is your captain speaking we’re going down I repeat we’re going down, Brace yourselves!”
The nose of the plane was almost pointing directly to the ground, there where glasses, trays full of food and people flying all around the place. I tried to put myself but the seat in front of me got ripped from its place. At that moment I was thrown out of the side of the plane, and tumbled through the snow.
I quickly rolled through the snow trying to regain my balance. After a while I regained my balance and looked over the depressing sight, suddenly a horrible thought struck me, I’ll only survive if I eat disgusting plane food, just like in the movies.