The Importance Of A Big Family

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Having a big family is great, especially when you 're the youngest one in the family. My family has a total of 8 people, my parents, two sisters and three brothers. The oldest brother in my family is Eddie Romo and his biggest accomplishment was being in the Marines for five years. He was stationed in San Diego and then later went to Virginia for school to learn mechanics. He was then shipped out around the world and went to different places, for example, he went to the Philippines, Guam, Hawaii and Cuba. From the stories I heard from him I learned that he had a rough time just trying to stay alive and make it through the day. My second oldest brother’s name is Julio Romo and he’s the least favorite out of all my brothers for the reason being that he rarely does …show more content…
One changed that occurred was how I got to school. Since my parents left, my sister and I had to figure out a way on how I was going to get to school. After some time of discussing about it, we came to the conclusion that I was going to take the bus coming back home from school. This was a new experience for me because I never rode on the bus before and I didn’t know what may occur if I did such a thing. So because of this my brother Adrian came to the house and showed me an app that told me what routes I could take home. This was plenty helpful because now I knew what routes I could take and when they were planned to leave at. From that point on, I took the bus everyday coming back from school. My first experience on the bus frightened me a little because I had no clue what would happen and if it was going to end well. That feeling subsided when I learned that taking the bus wasn 't so bad. I even found a friend who takes the same bus back home with me, so that made things a lot better for me. So I learned that even though there going to be some changes in my life now that parents are gone, I knew that I could handle anything that came my

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