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When I was in middle school, my dad's job was being moved up to Pennsylvania. I had moved before but I either did not remember or I had not lived in a place long either to feel sad leaving. This news had devastated me.
Why can't dad go up there and we stay down here until college?
We have to move to Pennsylvania. Your dad's job is being moved up there.
Does that mean we won't be able to graduate with our friends?
People started to isolate my twin and I since they knew that we were moving away soon.
I just want to go back to North Carolina. I hate this school.
In the middle of 8th grade, we were finally ready to move up. My parents had wanted my sister and I to go into middle school in Pennsylvania for a few weeks before high school so we could meet people.
We had built our dream house but I still felt like I was in nightmare. I missed North Carolina and immediately disliked Pennsylvania. I knew other people from my dad's company who had already moved up and say they like it up here, I just needed to warm up to it.
I had Anna with me since they decided to put us in almost all the same classes but I still felt alone. I remember coming home and crying about how much I hated the school.
Eventually we both grew to like Pennsylvania after a few weeks. Everyone was very friendly, some of the friends I made in that short time I still have today. Even though I felt better, I was still nervous about going into high school because another middle school was coming in as well.
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