Today was the day we set sail on the one and only Titanic....
April 10, 1912
While sunshine was beaming through the window down on me, I awoke from my peaceful sleep only to see an envelope on my side lamp. Tearing the envelope into pieces, a ticket like paper fell to the floor of my jacked up room. In front of me lay a ticket to board the RMS Titanic in first class. I picked the ticket with an unstable hand screaming my noodle off waking up my sisters along with Mama and Papa. Gazing at the piece of paper some more, I realized that we were leaving today which meant we had to rush ourselves through the morning.
Today was the day, the day my humongous family- maybe not so humongous, but it feels like it is- was going to board the RMS Titanic for half a fortnight and three days. My name is Allanah along with Mama, Papa, my two older sisters who are muppets, and with Mama plugged there was one on the way. This morning we were going to have to fly through to be on time. Everyone was scurrying around in one direction or the other. One was upstairs, and some people were downstairs as if we were tiny mice scattering around in a panic.
"Allanah, hit the jacks before we leave the house sweetie," Mama yelled from upstairs, "Grab a few snacks also for the ride there."
We hit the road as soon as I hit the jacks and were in for a craic. On the way to the maiden voyage, containing myself was the hardest thing because I almost lost my breakfast honking all over the car floor. Arriving an hour later letting my legs free from a crammed car was a must, running around the square yelling tosh disrupting everyone from their morning tea sitting quietly staring as they sat at their bistros. Acting as if I had lost my marbles, a few crumpets let loose from mean looking elderly folks from the crowd along with a couple of rude words.