Pills are what Crystal Dillard, says, help get her by.
Dillard adds, "I just want my good days to be good."
Diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2001, Dillard says she is far from being in remission anymore.
In fact, she says she is now terminally ill, the cancer has spread to her brain, liver, and female organs.
But pushing the pain aside, Dillard says she took her 13-year-old to Lake Winnepesaukah to help celebrate his last day of school.
Dillard adds, "I want him to be able to have memories that don't involve me being sick."
Dillard admits taking three different prescribed medications before going into the park with her family.
However, after three rides, she says she was told by a security officer to leave.
Dillard adds, "He jerked the cup out of my hand and asked me what I was drinking, and I replied it was only Cola, and he smelled it."
Now, the public relations director did not confirm that is what the security officer did in fact say and do, bbut did say Dillard was slurring her words, stumbling, and yes, asked to leave.
Talley Green, with Lake Winnie, says, "We obviously could not determine what type of substance she was on, so for her safety, and for the safety of the guests in the park, we asked her to leave the park."
Talley Green says their policy is very strict, no one under the influence of drugs or alcohol is allowed in.
Dillard says, "I couldn't believe they didn't ask for medical records, they didn't ask for a doctors opinion, they asked me to leave."
Dillards boyfriend adds, "Absolutely uncalled for."
This family says they are humiliated, and not looking to be reinbursed.
Dillard adds, "I just don't want it to happen to anyone else."
Lake Winnie says they stand by their policies.
Dillard did file a report with police.
Park officials say neither a rain check or refund will be given out.