My fifth grade summer actually moving to sixth grade I received papers to go to Washington D.C. part of a People to People Program. I could not see my parents while I was there so it was kind of hard. I almost died. As most of you are probably thinking because I missed my parents it 's not. It 's because I was eating a sour extreme straw and it slide down my throat.
Bumble bee was his nickname for me, and hearing it for, for what I thought would be the last time, brought me in a river of tears. My little sister, who is two years old, she didn’t know what was going on she just thought dad was going to work. She is always sad when dad leaves but today I said “don’t worry Salie, daddy is going away for a little while but then he will be back”, or at least I hope so. It was a 3½ years since dad left I was still sad we haven’t heard from him in 3 months. We hoped he was alive, but I was so afraid that he was gone forever.
At the age of 12 my life was about to change forever. My mother and father decided to move to the United States. They thought that I would be better off going to school here in u.s. They left me and my two sisters with my grandmother. After four years it was time for me and my two sisters to finally see our parents.
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In the summer of 2012, was when I was leaving for Virginia. A lot had happened in the previous months before this moment. Things such as my mom getting a new car, getting a new dog, my mom having a heart attack, and so on. Over everything that was happening, the biggest thing was moving across country from Arizona. Although, the hardest part for me was leaving my dad behind.
They were going now and really liked how amazing and caring the teachers were. So, I applied, and I started Fall 2014. My time at WCC has been amazing. I’ve made friends, learned amazing things, and have the privilege of working with some of the most amazing instructors that exist anywhere. WCC isn’t just a community college to me.
I am no stranger to the term of adversity or its connection to my life. Through my 11th grade year my family and I were put in a position where we were, by definition, homeless. We were previously renting a home and the owner’s husband died leading her to want to sell the home. We were forced to move out because we could not afford to buy the house and we hotel hopped for months and for a period of time lived in my aunt’s home with her and my two cousins. The time spent was long and difficult.
It took me what seem like forever to be able to live out my dream of coming back to Texas Tech University. I told myself from the beginning of my college career that no matter what happens I will finish where I started not knowing what would soon happen. During second semester of my freshman year my father lost his leg due to an accident. Those times were the hardest not only for him but also for our family. My father lost his job, my mother had to work more and I made the choice to go back home to help out financially.
It happened when I was five years old -separation anxiety. The thought of my mom never coming back bothered me, and the pressure on my chest made me gasp for air. I could not go anywhere without her. It kept getting worse and pushed my family to the