First try and new experience

@kevinll (967)
China
February 23, 2010 6:25pm CST
Now many people like to try new something. I still remember the first thing which I do. Such as go skating at the first time. Although I fell down for several times it was still a pleasure try. It is different from walk or run. You can feel warmer after skating in winter. From that time I love it. Do you like to try new thing? Do you still remember the first thing which you do?
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5 responses
• Philippines
24 Feb 10
first time i tried scatting, its very difficult, its not easy to balance yourself. specially for the adult. i guess, i fall many times and become so wet. then on the second visit i was able to stand on my own and balance but then not able to move perfectly but i can move. then when we bring my 2 nephew and 1 niece to scatting, i was surprise coz both of them were a ble to stand and move thats easy just on their third try during the first visit. very funny. they said that children can easily learn in scatting so i guess i should bring my kid to scatting while still a kid.
@yresh12 (3222)
• Philippines
24 Feb 10
Hey kevin, The first thing that comes to my mind, when thinking about this is the time when I tried to swim. It was the most momentous period for me. My friends were very patient and understanding enough to teach me how. I can still remember the way the throw me across the pool and I have to struggle for my life and not get drowned. harhar. Still I had so much fun.
@cream97 (29175)
• United States
24 Feb 10
Hi kevinll. I remember learning how to skate and falling onto the hard concrete. Everyone else was doing so well and I was just helplessly falling. I love skating and I want to get better at doing it someday. I do take it slow when I am skating though.
• United States
24 Feb 10
Well, I remember my first time every trying to skateboard. It was one of the worst experiences ever. I fell, I slipped, I even managed to trip over the board a couple times. Even after I learned to balance on the board, I still slipped and fell all the time. Then it was moving while on the skateboard. I fell, slipped, tripped, hit bumps and wiped out. Barely moving, still. I eventually gave up. I realized skateboarding wasn't going to be anything I would want to do in the future. My friends skateboard, and they aren't too bad. But it's just not for me. It was a learning experience, though, so it wasn't completely bad. =)
@veromar (1458)
• Argentina
24 Feb 10
Hi Kevinll! The first thing that pops into my head in thinking about his subject is my first attempt to ride my bicycle without "training wheels". I just couldn't keep the thing balanced! lol. I really can't remember how many times I fell over but I do remember how triumphant and free I felt when I was finally able to master going down the street without my dad hanging onto the bike for balance!