Essay about My First Day Of School

1085 Words Oct 9th, 2015 null Page
When I was young, everything was consistent. I didn 't think of the future, and was content with the way things were. Everything changed that eventful afternoon when my mother told me that we were moving. I felt confused not knowing what the move entailed. Moving houses meant I had to go to a new school, something I’ve never done before. I’ve been in the same school system my entire life, and was nervous to start a new. Growing up I had a negative connotation associated with change; moving taught me that it is important to make the best of your situation, and not all change is bad. It was a rainy first day of school, I had an uneasy feeling the night prior, , without much sleep. My body felt sluggish, and I looked like a train wreck. It was early, so I sat on the couch waiting patiently. Everything was silent; the only sound was the ticking of the clock. As I sat there, I expressed unhappy feelings about the move. I thought about how I didn’t say goodbye to a lot of my friends. Staring back at the clock, it was 8:05 a.m., I was late. Hastily grabbing my backpack I bolted out of the front door. The heavy rain had died down slightly, but the winds were still raging on. As I turned the corner, I saw the school bus leaving. I stopped briefly, panting with my hands on my knees. I decided to walk to school, which was forty-five minutes away.When I finally arrived, I was faced with this huge daunting building. I felt overwhelmed, everything felt so foreign and I had no idea what…

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