My niece was pretty much interested in water sports. Her favorite was skiing, sailing and boating. I teach her how to surf and the workouts to do before surfing, so that to maintain her balance and become a better surfer than me. I was so glad that in such a small age instead of playing with dolls and idiot stuff toys she was interested in playing outdoors. This would not only develop her physical strength but also makes her mentally fit. So I thought it is better to put her for sailor training this summer. So I talked to head of my club and registered her in too. I think she was the cutest junior member of our club EFYC. My sister’s wedding venue was also the same East Fremantle Yacht Club.
She was into junior sailing program and getting into small Boat Sailing Scheme will make her learn to sail a fun and for educational process as well. This course will build confidence in her to sail and race in most conditions. Sailing a ferry can be enlivening and this scheme has been developed to provide a safe introduction to yacht sailing. It is good for learning and for taking control of your own small boat and it progressively teaches how to sail, initial with the indispensable skills in the primary level, with the gradual prologue of more highly developed skills and techniques in other levels.
The best part of it was that to encourage high standards of safety; offer support of talent and skill development so that they can enter races in future if they want and provide opportunities and facilities for sailors to improve their racing standards. At a very minimal cost.
And when I told her about this membership of hers she was very excited to join that, she told me she wanted to join that right now. Before joining that I took her to various shops and let her buy whatever she wanted to buy for her and the basic necessary things with a tough bag pack. She grabbed some chocolates on the way and she wanted to have ice cream after that. I was in no hurry so I told her that she can have all the things at one cost that she won’t do anything mischievous in that sailing program, or do not play any pranks with the other kids. She agreed to the point and the deal was made.
After few weeks finally the day came when she had to go with me for that program. She was not able to sleep at night completely, due to the excitement and woke up early in the morning to ready to roll. After that program when she came back she was super happy, hugged and thanked me for that inconceivable day, which was more to come. When I was looking at her pictures which she brought along with her, I can imagine that how happy she was with her dreams coming true. She then opened her bag and gave me a snicker, which says it all.