Personal Narrative: My Journey To Colorado

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This autobiography is about me a thirteen year old girl named Kelia Portis. I grew up in Alameda, California(the bay area). All of my family on my mom's side had lived there my grandma, aunts, uncles, and lots of cousins. The sad thing though is that I had to move out of California and go to Colorado. My birthday was even the day that my family and I were moving so I had a sixth birthday party before we left all of my family was there. The next morning my uncle from Colorado came to California to help us move it was a sad day that day. When I got in the car I was crying my eyes out, I stopped until my aunt came into the car to say goodbye she told me " don't cry or your gonna make me cry". But I had started crying anyway it was too hard to hold my tears back it was even harder for me since my aunt started crying too. After all of the goodbyes and I love youse we hit the road to Colorado. The road trip was long and rough lots of ear clogs but at least we stopped at a hotel for the night. Soon after …show more content…
Then, once we get into the air port we had to take a second plane to Manila it was either that or the bus. When the plane landed I was so relieved that we finally were at our destination. When we met my Aunty Rogelia(Aunty Elia for short) at the airport I was so shocked too see her because she was one of my favorite aunts even though I'd never met her, but I would talk to her on the phone almost every week. Once we got to my Auntie Elia’s house I took a shower and the minute I stepped in the shower i already started crying because i missed my family well mostly my mom I mean I was already home sick WHAT!!. I was even crying on the airplane because my mom wrote me this letter and she told me to read it on the on the plane so I did and i started to get sad because I missed my mom

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