As a child I did not worry about the affects of relocating. As an adult I am beginning to become aware that my upbringing has led me to for my own opinions about the meaning of home. Vive been to a total of eight schools In a total of thirteen years. I never really thought too much about translational because I always had my siblings to get through each new situation with. I can debate that these situations have left me with a debatable pollen of with positive and negative Impacts. Fortunately I was able to take each situation and embrace It.
I made friends quickly and I learned the value of family. These two qualities have left me with a great appreciation. Fortunately for me I completed High School on time and with adequate grades and continued on. As a young adult I married my “high school sweetheart”.
He was military and I thought nothing about moving halfway across the United States for him. Looking back I was completely unaware that I was to young to get married. Secondly, I was going to be a thousand miles from everyone and everything I’d ever known. I remember waking up one day with no one there.My family was so far away, and my husband gone almost all the time. I did what any one would do, and a year later I returned home alone. Extremely sad and yet relieved. I truly feel now that had I not moved around so much during my childhood that I wouldn’t have been so eager to move across the country to be married.
While my experiences have come with several “issues” for me to sift through I know I strongly believe I’m still as dependable and stable as I would have been without relocating. My actual “place” in this world has only had one bearing on me, and it’s only because I need my family.Where we are as a whole has no impact on who I am and what sire for my life. I’m grateful for my experiences and the people Vive met along the way. Now that I’m grown with a child of my own I realize how nice It Is to just be “home”. It goes without saying, “Home Is where the heart Is”. Life Lessons By steepness share in all lives courses.
My siblings and I were raised by only our mother. She worked very hard to provide a suitable and stable life for us. The only issue I can raise is that we moved every couple of years from the time I was in Elementary School own opinions about the meaning of home.Vive been to a total of eight schools in a total of thirteen years. I never really thought too much about transitioning because I these situations have left me with a debatable opinion of with positive and negative impacts. Fortunately I was able to take each situation and embrace it. I made friends wouldn’t have been so eager to move across the country to be married.
While my I need my family. Where we are as a whole has no impact on who I am and what I way. Now that I’m grown with a child of my own I realize how nice it is to Just be “home”. It goes without saying, “Home is where the heart is”.