Treasure Island

Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

30 SECONDS TO MARS


Today I went to Orlando
And when I was there I was invited to visit Nasa
So I went to Nasa while I was in Orlando
But my dream now finally came true
Because I was dreaming for a long time about going to mars
And I went to the dressing room with the others austronauts to have a Shower and after we all were finished we dried our bodies with the towel And we changed into our astronaut suit and shoes
Them we went for dinner and the dinner was roastbife with mashed Potatoes and gravy
After dinner we boarded the Discovery Space Shuttle
And in 30 seconds we were flying up in the air
Also I looked out of the window of the Discovery Space Shuttle
And I saw Orlando but it was very small from the top of the sky
Due to the attitude that we were in the sky
To be honest with you we were flying at 30,000 ft above the sky

Submitted: Friday, March 18, 2011

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