We were driving in my mom’s car one day and my mom asked me “Dan, are you okay with moving to Tipp City”, at the time I didn’t think much of it and just said “yeah, I guess”. I’ve known for a while now that I wouldn’t live in Arcanum through high school. I just didn’t know when I would move, or where in the dayton area. We moved on June thirteenth. I hated that day, It was terrible. That also happens to be two of my best friends birthdays. That was my last day in arcanum. We were moving because my dad had retired from his band teaching job in arcanum and moved to bradford, part time. My mom wanted to be closer to work in downtown Dayton. The movers came and wrapped up all the heavy stuff and put it in their truck. I watched them without even thinking about all the good memories that I had in Arcanum like staying up all night with my friends, and specifically in that house or all of my friends that I was leaving behind. That seemed crazy to me, and it still does. I didn’t even get to say goodbye to any of my friends. I broke my arm the night before we moved in a baseball game that we ended up winning by fifteen runs with eight players for most of the game so we were in the hospital until two o'clock am the night before. I was being selfish, only thinking about my arm. I didn’t even have …show more content…
Braden, who is a student at tipp that plays basketball had a broken foot too so I watched the games with him. Arcanum beat us and all my friends bragged, I don’t blame them, I would’ve done the same thing.I haven’t seen some of my best friends from Arcanum, I’ve moved on even though I didn’t want to. I hope that I can still have my old friends from arcanum. It was so hard moving because I felt like I was leaving all of my friends behind. Maybe my old friends have moved on
This created a great rift between me and the people that had been my friends. I began trying to hang out with friends but found they were always busy while I was home reading, waiting for an adventure. I had managed to keep a few of my friends and these people are still my friends today, but first I had to deal with being solitary for a while. After I accepted the way school, and friends were going to go I only faced one obstacle. Almost my entire life changed after my move, I had a new routine, some new friends, and a new way I had to learn.
Next summer I am going to California thought with my dad. Always moving around made it hard to learn because I didn’t learn some things and It’s hard to make new friends. A lot of people know each other because they lived here pretty much their whole life but because we moved so much It was harder to make friends. I have lived in La Crosse for a long time now so I know people who go to my school and others on the North side.
I have been interested in celestial objects for all my life. It was like love at first sight. People had their favorite movie 's posters on their walls when I had solar system and our place in universe. This curiosity guided me to buy books about astronomy and make researches about it. Even though I knew most of their properties there was something missing; a telescope to observe them.
After I transferred from St. Patrick School to the Hudson Middle School half-way through seventh grade, I left all of my friends
I was fifteen years old when my mother and I left Georgia. The area that we lived in was a mash-up of cultures. One half of the town was occupied by the Air force, and the other half was ruled by the people, and those people weren’t necessarily good-hearted people. When my parents were still married, we lived on the base itself. I’m going to break down the anatomy of a military Air force base, just in case you don’t know.
Before my second year of middle school, before I had my Bat Mitzvah, before I needed him, my older brother, role model, my friend, decided to leave. He decided he wanted new friends, a new kind of environment, and a even a new place to call home. Sadly, this meant that he needed to leave Houston. He was a high school student who decided to leave town and go to Colorado for school instead.
I went through a phase where I was very closed off to everything and unwilling to try new things. Three years after this original move, I moved from Phoenix to Columbus, Ohio. Right before this move, I was beginning to come out of my shell and return to the original person I had been for the fourteen
This was the year my grandparents whom I basically lived with moved out of state. My mom was working constantly because she had just gotten her first medical job and my step-dad was in prison. I was 11 maybe 12 and I had to grow up pretty fast in my neighborhood. For the first time I would get out of a new school without having my grandma there
Most people by now already know this story but I wanted to tell it anyways because I felt like it went along with number 12 on the list so yeah. Before the story begins I would like to give some background information. My father is a police officer who works in DC in the k9 unit.
It was hard for me to tell my friends that I was leaving and going to another country. We started packing all our belongings ready to go the airport. Before going to the airport, I went to my friends and said goodbye to all of them. I told them that I was moving to the U.S. They felt sad about the news I told them.
Have you ever felt uncomfortable, nervous, and confused ? These are all the things I felt moving to a new school. I had no idea if I would gain friends or if anyone would like me. Maybe if I had a tour around the new school before my first day I would have not been so disorientated. Going from a one story school to a two story school was hard, having to look down every five seconds to make sure I was on the right hall, or if I was suppose to be upstairs or downstairs.
W Everyone, well mostly everyone, moves in their lifetime. You leave behind your school, your friends, and your memories that you had there. I had that happen to me when I moved to Wapello. I like Wapello, but it’s just not as good as Anamosa was. Anamosa was bigger, and I think that I liked the fact that I could skate around town with my friends.