Moving Away From My Friends Essay

723 Words Mar 30th, 2016 3 Pages
Moving far away from my friends was tough on me at a young age. I had to learn how to deal with moving away from the people I love and adjust to living in another state. I knew things were going to be different and I felt like I was leaving the place that I was planning to call home forever. Although I didn’t want to leave so soon, it taught me how to deal with change and adjust to new things. I developed from a young kid to a mature young adult.
I still remember the day of the move, the images of what I thought was Texas didn’t process correctly. As I finished loading up the car, I took my last glance of the house and I remembered all the good times I had with my family and friends throughout the years. Now that I was moving miles and miles away, I didn’t have no idea what the future holds for me. As my family and I drove away from our house in California, I laid in the backseat and looked out the window wondering what was there for me in Texas, and what my friends were going to do without me. As time went by, I couldn’t stop thinking about moving so far away. My main concern was where my new house was going to be and how I was going to make new friends since I was coming from unfamiliar territory. I knew that I was going to have to make a lot of adjustments. The sun was going down and I knew we were getting closer and closer to our new place. I often told myself that everything would be all right and I would eventually like being elsewhere. I tried to be strong and hold…

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