I grew up on the side of the railway. When I was a child, I enjoyed watching trains come and go with my parents. Since then, driving the train has become my childhood dream. All these years, I’ve never changed my mind. The pursuit of the dream has brought me tremendous happiness and endowed me with a lot of unforgettable memories.
Ever since I could remember, my father often said to me:” Drive a train when you grow up.” In his eyes it’s great to drive a train – the whistle blows, and the train thunders by. How much did he want his son to be a train driver! Since then,the dream of driving a train is a seed that has taken root in my heart.
I was deeply impressed by the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of New China in Zhengzhou on October 1st, 1959. My father, with the railway uniform on, participated in the celebration on behalf of railway workers, making me admiring and more determined to be a train driver when I grow up.