Personal Narrative Essay: Nothing Will Never Change In My Life

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Growing up, I thought nothing would ever change. I always thought that I would always have the same friends and live in the same house for the rest of my life. I would go down the street to play with Oliver and Katie every day, go to the school where all of my friends were, or go to get a Rickers drink at the gas station, everything that was normal to me. Little did I know, things were about to change. It was a normal weekday. I went to school wondering what I was going to learn in class today and what my friends and I were going to do during recess. The day seemed to fly by like it always did. Then, something weird happened. Instead of my mom coming to pick my brother and I up, it was my dad. Sure, I was happy that my dad came and picked us up, but it was usually my mom who came since my dad worked in Indianapolis. When we got home, my mom was sitting in the living room with my little sister. After I came in, my mom told me to put my things in my room and to come back out to the living room. I answered, “Okay mom” and went to my room. When I came back into the living room, both of my parents were sitting on …show more content…
She had moved from Texas to Michigan. When I thought about it, I realized that she had moved farther than I had. I then decided that I would talk to her at some point. I came up to her one day and introduced myself. I then told her that I had just moved here at the beginning of the year. She just smiled at me and said, “I’m glad you came and talked to me. I was so nervous, I didn’t think anyone would really talk to me the first day.” I smiled back and asked if she wanted to come to the library with me for lunch. She agreed and I found out that she loved books too. From then on, we were inseparable and we found we had a lot of other things in common. She was also a little more outgoing than I was and we made a few other friends. We all liked similar things and I finally found somewhere that I felt I

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