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Cain’s laughter competed against the hissing wind, clearly enjoying my agony.
The wind was rushing all around us, smacking my face. My heart rate increased more than ever, making me tear up. Falling at around one hundred thirty miles an hour was like standing in front of a wind tunnel.
In less than twenty seconds, the ground came into view, the parachute came out, and we glided through the air at a gentle fifteen miles an hour.
Gliding into the open skyline, awe and amazement replaced the nervousness and panic I felt. Seeing nature in its raw beauty in a new perspective brought a new sense of overwhelming emotions.
Is this what the birds always see? Is this how they see the world? I wonder.
Cain guided my body to the right aiming at an open field.
A smile spread across my face as we were now drifting downward with my face skyward and our feet earthbound.
The ground came closer and closer.
It looks solid. Definitely able to break some bones.
I panicked and tightened my grip on the parachute like it was my lifeline.
“C-Cain . . . i-if I d-die . . . t-take care of my family,” I said, full of fright the words came out incomprehensible. I was on the verge of crying again.
“Leanna, If you die, I’ll die with you. Then we can get married in the underworld.” Cain chuckled.
I couldn’t believe this guy could still joke at a time like this! We are still a thousand feet above for heaven’s sake!
“Don’t worry, I got this,” Cain said near my ear with a confident raspy voice.
Usually, my underwear should have fallen to the ground by now –– if not for the air pressure that pushed it up!
Eventually, we landed or should I say –– Cain landed perfectly on both feet while carrying me in his arms, princess style!
I imagined how he was standing in a cool position while carrying a damsel in distress in his strong arms, complete with awesome music playing in the background.
I wiggled myself free from the parachute and his embrace, and ran in the open field, stumbling and staggering along the way while laughing hysterically.
I gazed over at the sky and smiled –– a sense of accomplishment flooded my heart.
I went down on my knees and kissed the ground. “Yes! Yes! I love you ground!”
Then I stood to my feet as fast as I went down and beat my chest.
“I’m a tiger! Hear me rooooaaarrr!”
I shouted at the top of my lungs till my voice turned hoarse.
Cain laughed his heart out while Russell shook his head, amused. Cedrick and Two just threw a side-eye at me like I needed mental help.
After a moment of letting out my adrenaline spike, Cain tapped my shoulder and grinned.
“Want another round?”
I escaped his clutches and ran towards the forest like a crazy woman.
Cain chuckled before he sprinted, going after me.
After a peaceful silence, startled birds flew from the trees as our laughters and giggles echoed in the forest.
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