The Big Move Essay

1690 Words Jun 12th, 2016 null Page
The Big Move
As a young kid my main priority was when I could play with my friends next. It was always convenient having friends as neighbors. With only one phone it would be it would be a disaster otherwise. Moving away from my friends often times meant loss of contact. Unfortunately, my family and I moved a lot due to financial issues. When I was much younger my mom would try and tell us that the move was positive transition into a happier life. As I grew older this same motivation was becoming quite repetitive and ineffective. I began to make connections with my previous moves. A note would be on the door labeled eviction notice. I can still clearly recall the look on my school 's teachers face when I asked her what it meant. It is mildly depressing to think as a child I was alway scared this note would appear. Everytime I saw it i felt as if I had been kicked in the chest. My last move was a much different story. Moving away from my friends was not the biggest issue but, rather who I was moving in with. This was when I moved in with my step dad. We lived in a small-scale yellow house on the side of the main street in my town. From the outside it was an average house. All the siding of the house was fading in colour with some peeling off. There was a seemingly misplaced wooden box next to the door that stretched to the roof. During the warmer months weeds would cover this box in what looked like a floating garden. There was two run down garages that had no doors. Both…

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