and not be here tomorrow cause I got to move i'm getting all my stuff back and all that cool stuff well I was really disappointed when my mom didn't sign the hoverboard so I could ride it hopefully I will get my xbox back today our house is pretty big my room is a bit smaller than the old one but they look the same I hope this day goes fast school is so boring and games are cool rgh xbox no one no what that even means it is like a modded xbox and you could hack the games and have mod menus and all that cool stuff it is really hard to do i looked up like 50 videos on how to do it and I finally figured it out it take a while to do but it's worth it and it is fun but if you know my house burned down.
Last year I received the news that my best friend was moving. We have known each other for ten years. We got separated when high school started, we still texted each other frequently. She tried for a whole year to convince her parents to let her transfer to Senior. Finally one day, her mom agreed and her sophomore year she was able to attend Senior. We got lucky and even had a class together, my mom said there wasn’t much of a chance but we got lucky. We had second hour World History together and it was a blast. One day we were sitting in World History, right next to each other of course, when she turned to me and said "Jenna...I'm moving."
It was June 16th, 2008 and I was home with my grandma and my mom and dad came home. With a face that I have never seen before. My mom brought a baby boy named Zack. I heard my mom and dad talking about how my mom had to quit her job because she couldn’t put me in day care cause the weren’t taking care of me, and she had to take care of zack so she decided to quit her job to take care of us. Also heard my mom and dad in our small kitchen about not having space for Zachary. They had a conclusion we were going to move.
Was there ever a moment in your life when one of your older siblings decide to move out, and you don’t know whether to be happy about it or depressed? Well it’s happening to me right now. My sister Brooke is at the age where she is ready and somewhat prepared to live on her own. But i don’t think i was prepared for her to leave.
I had just gotten home from band practice, my body sweating, my legs sore. I saw my parents sitting in the illuminated kitchen; everything was silent. All I could hear was the faulty faucet, dripping every second. They stared at me and tried to speak, but they could not seem to get the words out. I felt hot, yet cold, as chills ran down my back. The response I received after asking what was going on determined my upcoming fate. I still recollect the day I found out, August 10, 2015, the day I realized everything was going to change.
Moving can be a pain in the neck! Everyone can relate to this. The pain has spread to my entire body as i was moving halfway across the world alone!! My two roommates, Luna and Lotus weren't coming along because they wanted to enjoy living in Italy a little while longer. I already got sick and tired of Italy. I was pretty excited when we first moved to Italy. However, the spark died fast because i already knew the place like the back of my hand. Lotus wanted to stay because she wanted to buy for own trip. Luna had enough money for own trip, but she always took forever to pack her stuff up.
The walls were starting to close in Ash and Green were yelling,” We got to get out! We got to move!” They were spewing random ways to escape but there was no way out. The walls were ten feet high and barbed. It was the perfect trap. I screamed ,“It's no use there's no way out.”
I’m an only child that has moved a decent amount in her lifetime. I was born in a small city near the Polish-Ukrainian border called Przemysl. After a few years, my family moved to Krakow, and I later spent a while with my grandmother in her village, Narol. In the middle of kindergarten, I moved from Poland to Northbrook, Illinois, and attended school there for two years. I later moved to Chicago Ridge, and just last year in August, I moved to Hickory Hills. Last year was my first year at Stagg, and I enjoyed it a great deal. For my freshman year I attended Richards. Moving after just becoming familiarized with Richards put me out of my comfort zone sophomore year and I had to talk to a lot of people to try to make friends. For this reason,
I stood at the top of the Park City water ramps, trying to balance the rational reasons for bowing out against my goal of learning and certifying a backflip on skis. To a barely five-foot eighth grader, the wooden jump seemed like a rickety and terrifying recipe for disaster. I was sure that my ill-fitting life vest would abandon me as I sank to the bottom of the pool, or that I would catch my sharp metal edges on the ramp and slam into the unforgiving concrete. I stood at the top and waited, even though there was no line. I dropped my skis; I felt detached from my body. Thoughts raced through my head. I concentrated on the mechanics of the jump, visualizing the backflip. I fought back intruding images of over-rotating and splatting the
One day I moved to Indiana to live with my Dad, Step-Mom, and my little brother Evan. I want to have a deeper relationship with them. I am the second oldest child out of five kids. My Mom and Dad separated when I was young. My Dad got with my Step-Mom when I was 4 years old. They got married when I was 7 years old. I have three brothers and one sister. Their names are Jason, Zechariah, Evan and Bryttina. On July 5, 2015 I packed all my belongings into boxes and put them in my Step-Dad’s truck and left to go to Fishers Indiana. Where my Step-Dad, Mom, and big brother Jason met my Step-Mom, her friend Dana, and little brother Evan. I was excited to see them. I put my stuff in Dana’s van. Then we headed to Evansville Indiana.
The move across town had me excited about the new house, sad about changing schools, and happy to have found a best friend in the end. The summer before ninth grade my mother moved to her first home in the beautiful historic Old Cloverdale. Our new home was a four bedroom, two-bathroom single level home on Park Ave. The great front porch, spacious rooms, and nice sized kitchen was a huge change from our old apartment.
On July 11th, 2016, I had given my mom the worst news. The news that I had given her was that I moved with my dad, who lives four hours away. I've been living with my mom for 14 years so it was very difficult to move away from her. I made this decision because I thought that there would be more opportunities for me and to advance my education. I was happy with my decision until I was on the phone listening to my mom crying. Eventually, I was having a good summer even though I was upset about my mom. I then started summer school to meet new people so I would have friends during the school year. I met some really awesome and sweet people. The people that I had met were from a big city instead of a small town like me so it took me a couple of
Imagine your best friend, the person you’ve grown up with. The person who knows everything about you, even some things you don’t know about yourself. The one person in the world you would trust your life with, knowing that they would protect it with theirs. Now, although it’s something no one wants to imagine, think about them suddenly being ripped from your life, right as you needed them. This happened to me in the summer of 2013.
Moving changes everything. For me, going from sunny California to bipolar South Dakota was huge. From what I thought was cold to getting here in December is definitely something I won’t ever forget. California's winter temperatures are like South Dakota's fall temperatures. Now when I go back home, and people are complaining about 40 degree weather, I just tell them that it's nothing compared to here. The switch changed a lot of things about me.
When my husband first purchased our RV, you said that you would be happy for me to come whenever we weren't traveling. Looking at our travel plans, there will be times that I am away for months at a time. I am concerned the few days I am there would be more of a disruption than a help. Would it be possible to chat about this, tomorrow, while I'm there?