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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Omg hey! It's totally fine; I pretty much did the same thing lol. Do you have an instagram or facebook or something so we can keep in touch?
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
That's great(:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
wow, it's so nice of you to still remember me! but yeah I've been good, how are you? It's nice to have you back on here (:
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warrior_lovato26 · 8 years ago
I've been good, & thanks. Ive started coming on witty everyday again
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
That's great(:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Cool. How long did you live here for?
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
a few years. We moved when my sister was born and I was around 2 or 3
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh nice! That's north Jersey, right? I'm in central(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Yupppp
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Cool. How long did you live here for?
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
a few years. We moved when my sister was born and I was around 2 or 3
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Hahaha it's totally fine. And thanks lol (:
Also, I see from below that you're from Cnnecticut? That's cool, I'm from Jersey!(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Born in Boonton ;)
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh nice! That's north Jersey, right? I'm in central(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Yupppp
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Cool. How long did you live here for?
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
a few years. We moved when my sister was born and I was around 2 or 3
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Aw thanks haha(: I love like all your quotes haha, you seem like a super cool person!
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Gracias. I'd say I'm a....person. Not necessarily cool but....okay I'm killing it, You're nice lol
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Hahaha it's totally fine. And thanks lol (:
Also, I see from below that you're from Cnnecticut? That's cool, I'm from Jersey!(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Born in Boonton ;)
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh nice! That's north Jersey, right? I'm in central(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Yupppp
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Cool. How long did you live here for?
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
a few years. We moved when my sister was born and I was around 2 or 3
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Ahh thanks for liking my quote! I swore I'd never be one of those Wittians, but I legitimately fangirled for a second when I saw you liked it hahaha. Also, your profile song is the best thing ever.
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Haha that was a really cute/heartbreaking quote though. You deserved every favorite
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Aw thanks haha(: I love like all your quotes haha, you seem like a super cool person!
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Gracias. I'd say I'm a....person. Not necessarily cool but....okay I'm killing it, You're nice lol
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Hahaha it's totally fine. And thanks lol (:
Also, I see from below that you're from Cnnecticut? That's cool, I'm from Jersey!(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Born in Boonton ;)
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh nice! That's north Jersey, right? I'm in central(:
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
Yupppp
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Cool. How long did you live here for?
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CharliesTheName · 8 years ago
a few years. We moved when my sister was born and I was around 2 or 3
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Oh that's cool
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Hey there, welcome to Witty! Feel free to drop me a comment if you ever need help or have a question or something (:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Aww thank you! And haha I just used a profile layout by I think by gabikk. Her quote formats and page layouts are both amazingggg(:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
haha alright well that's good(: and maybe it could work out later, you never know! (:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
I'm okay(: How's it going with that guy?
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1mrsseguin9 · 8 years ago
Well, he asked me to sneak out again so I kind of just ignored him and he hasn't really tried to talk to me since. I don't really trust him cause I feel like all he wants is to get with me. And that's the second time he has asked me to sneak out. I wish it could've worked
since not many guys would have the confidence to randomly talk to a girl like that and not many of them think I'm as pretty as he did haha. I don't need him though, I've kinda got my eye on another guy anyways who I know would treat me right haha (:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
haha alright well that's good(: and maybe it could work out later, you never know! (:
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Hey! How's it going?
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah that's understandable. Have you lived their all your life? I really want to live in a cute little town when I'm older. Like travel a lot after college if possible, or otherwise live in a big city, and then settle down in a small farm town after I'm married for a few years until my kids are a little older, and then move out to the suburbs again when they're school age or whatever. Idk, That's just me lol, it probs sounds really weird. And yeah I get what you mean.That's one thing I was really thankful for at the small international school I went to - the teachers were all really really good. Even though their teaching styles weren't the best and they didn't give enough homework (yes I'm actually saying that lol, cause they barely gave any and it just wasn't enough), they were really good and helpful and actually cared, like they would be so open to personal teaching and help and stuff. But man, that must be really frustrating for you. What college are you going to? Did you apply like ED or something since you already know you're going there?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
No, I moved around a lot when I was a kid. I was actually born in another state, but we've always lived in rural areas. We lived on farms a couple times, and my dad probably would've stayed on a farm if money weren't so tight.
And that doesn't sound weird lol. It actually sounds really close to what I plan on doing, except I think I'm going to raise my kids in a small town setting.
I actually understand how you feel about homework. My physics teacher doesn't give us ANY homework - it's all in-class assignments - and it drives me crazy lol. And my school is kind I half and half with good and bad teachers. There are certain teachers I would never take a class with again (and I only took them in the first place because it was a required class lol), although one of the ones I won't take just kind of creeps me out lol.
I'm planning on going to the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, and I have applied already. I applied in November I think, and I got in within a week lol. I could probably go to a bigger school (actually, I know I could because I applied to the UW-Madison which is the biggest UW and I got in there too - but tuition is twice as much which played a big part in my decision).
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
aww thank you, but you're like uber gorgeous!
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
I'm in 10th grade. And oh wow, that is really small. My school district is combined for two towns too, but it's like huge. We have 4 elementary schools, and 2 upper elementary, middle and high schools, and 800-900 kids that graduate each year between the two high schools.
But damn that must suck; you must feel so restrained having to slow down for everyone else. And yeah our school's math courses are the same. That's good for you though, that you're doing so well, even though that doesn't really make sense, as you said haha. Are you like really excited for college to leave your small town, or do you like it?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
I'm in twelfth grade, so I'll be graduating in the spring. I'm not really sure how I feel about that lol. I'm excited to be on my own, but the college I'm going to is only an hour away. I think that after college, I'll probably live somewhere bigger for awhile but I think I'll end up coming back to a smaller town. It depends on how much I like living somewhere bigger I guess lol. And I really do hate that I have to go at their pace, but their pace would be a lot faster if the teacher made us do our work. Gah. It's so annoying. There are days when I'm the only one who even attempted the homework lol. Most days actually...
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah that's understandable. Have you lived their all your life? I really want to live in a cute little town when I'm older. Like travel a lot after college if possible, or otherwise live in a big city, and then settle down in a small farm town after I'm married for a few years until my kids are a little older, and then move out to the suburbs again when they're school age or whatever. Idk, That's just me lol, it probs sounds really weird. And yeah I get what you mean.That's one thing I was really thankful for at the small international school I went to - the teachers were all really really good. Even though their teaching styles weren't the best and they didn't give enough homework (yes I'm actually saying that lol, cause they barely gave any and it just wasn't enough), they were really good and helpful and actually cared, like they would be so open to personal teaching and help and stuff. But man, that must be really frustrating for you. What college are you going to? Did you apply like ED or something since you already know you're going there?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
No, I moved around a lot when I was a kid. I was actually born in another state, but we've always lived in rural areas. We lived on farms a couple times, and my dad probably would've stayed on a farm if money weren't so tight.
And that doesn't sound weird lol. It actually sounds really close to what I plan on doing, except I think I'm going to raise my kids in a small town setting.
I actually understand how you feel about homework. My physics teacher doesn't give us ANY homework - it's all in-class assignments - and it drives me crazy lol. And my school is kind I half and half with good and bad teachers. There are certain teachers I would never take a class with again (and I only took them in the first place because it was a required class lol), although one of the ones I won't take just kind of creeps me out lol.
I'm planning on going to the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, and I have applied already. I applied in November I think, and I got in within a week lol. I could probably go to a bigger school (actually, I know I could because I applied to the UW-Madison which is the biggest UW and I got in there too - but tuition is twice as much which played a big part in my decision).
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah haha. I'm back to my old school district, not the same school cause that was middle school, but the same high school that I would've been going to had I stayed. If that makes sense lol. I only went to that other school for a year and then I came back. And hahaha wow that's pretty crazy. Its a private school, right? And do you guys have separate honors and reg classes, or are they combined?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
Yeah, that made sense lol. That's what I thought, but I wasn't sure. What grade are you in? And no, it's a public school -- my town is just literally that small (and the sad thing is that it's actually TWO towns lol). I live in the middle of nowhere. They're combined, which kind of sucks for me because if we had honors classes, I would be in them, but we don't so I have to go at the pace of everyone else... My calculus class is soo slow. I have the best grades in the class and learn practically nothing, and I'm actually supposed to be in a lower level math class; I don't know how your school works, but at ours, it goes Algebra II, Pre-Calc, then Calc, but I took Algebra II last year, and just skipped Pre-Calc, and am in Calc this year, and I really don't understand how I'm doing better than pretty much the entire class. I should be struggling at least a little...
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
I'm in 10th grade. And oh wow, that is really small. My school district is combined for two towns too, but it's like huge. We have 4 elementary schools, and 2 upper elementary, middle and high schools, and 800-900 kids that graduate each year between the two high schools.
But damn that must suck; you must feel so restrained having to slow down for everyone else. And yeah our school's math courses are the same. That's good for you though, that you're doing so well, even though that doesn't really make sense, as you said haha. Are you like really excited for college to leave your small town, or do you like it?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
I'm in twelfth grade, so I'll be graduating in the spring. I'm not really sure how I feel about that lol. I'm excited to be on my own, but the college I'm going to is only an hour away. I think that after college, I'll probably live somewhere bigger for awhile but I think I'll end up coming back to a smaller town. It depends on how much I like living somewhere bigger I guess lol. And I really do hate that I have to go at their pace, but their pace would be a lot faster if the teacher made us do our work. Gah. It's so annoying. There are days when I'm the only one who even attempted the homework lol. Most days actually...
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah that's understandable. Have you lived their all your life? I really want to live in a cute little town when I'm older. Like travel a lot after college if possible, or otherwise live in a big city, and then settle down in a small farm town after I'm married for a few years until my kids are a little older, and then move out to the suburbs again when they're school age or whatever. Idk, That's just me lol, it probs sounds really weird. And yeah I get what you mean.That's one thing I was really thankful for at the small international school I went to - the teachers were all really really good. Even though their teaching styles weren't the best and they didn't give enough homework (yes I'm actually saying that lol, cause they barely gave any and it just wasn't enough), they were really good and helpful and actually cared, like they would be so open to personal teaching and help and stuff. But man, that must be really frustrating for you. What college are you going to? Did you apply like ED or something since you already know you're going there?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
No, I moved around a lot when I was a kid. I was actually born in another state, but we've always lived in rural areas. We lived on farms a couple times, and my dad probably would've stayed on a farm if money weren't so tight.
And that doesn't sound weird lol. It actually sounds really close to what I plan on doing, except I think I'm going to raise my kids in a small town setting.
I actually understand how you feel about homework. My physics teacher doesn't give us ANY homework - it's all in-class assignments - and it drives me crazy lol. And my school is kind I half and half with good and bad teachers. There are certain teachers I would never take a class with again (and I only took them in the first place because it was a required class lol), although one of the ones I won't take just kind of creeps me out lol.
I'm planning on going to the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, and I have applied already. I applied in November I think, and I got in within a week lol. I could probably go to a bigger school (actually, I know I could because I applied to the UW-Madison which is the biggest UW and I got in there too - but tuition is twice as much which played a big part in my decision).
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Haha yeah that does make sense don't worry (: And yeah it was super weird, cause before I moved I was in a school with 400 kids in just my grade, and when I moved there, there were less than 140ish kids. In the entire SCHOOL, which was K-12. I literally had like 12 kids in my grade it was insane
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
Oh my God. One extreme to the other, huh? Where are you going to school now? Either of those schools or a different one? We have 26 or 27 kids in my graduating class. My Calculus class has six people, just like my physics class lol. I also have a writing class that has two people in it (counting me). There were three at the beginning of the year, but the other kid stopped coming to school lol. He started coming again, but the teacher is crazy strict and won't let him back in because he missed an entire research paper and a whole bunch of other important junk.
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah haha. I'm back to my old school district, not the same school cause that was middle school, but the same high school that I would've been going to had I stayed. If that makes sense lol. I only went to that other school for a year and then I came back. And hahaha wow that's pretty crazy. Its a private school, right? And do you guys have separate honors and reg classes, or are they combined?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
Yeah, that made sense lol. That's what I thought, but I wasn't sure. What grade are you in? And no, it's a public school -- my town is just literally that small (and the sad thing is that it's actually TWO towns lol). I live in the middle of nowhere. They're combined, which kind of sucks for me because if we had honors classes, I would be in them, but we don't so I have to go at the pace of everyone else... My calculus class is soo slow. I have the best grades in the class and learn practically nothing, and I'm actually supposed to be in a lower level math class; I don't know how your school works, but at ours, it goes Algebra II, Pre-Calc, then Calc, but I took Algebra II last year, and just skipped Pre-Calc, and am in Calc this year, and I really don't understand how I'm doing better than pretty much the entire class. I should be struggling at least a little...
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
I'm in 10th grade. And oh wow, that is really small. My school district is combined for two towns too, but it's like huge. We have 4 elementary schools, and 2 upper elementary, middle and high schools, and 800-900 kids that graduate each year between the two high schools.
But damn that must suck; you must feel so restrained having to slow down for everyone else. And yeah our school's math courses are the same. That's good for you though, that you're doing so well, even though that doesn't really make sense, as you said haha. Are you like really excited for college to leave your small town, or do you like it?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
I'm in twelfth grade, so I'll be graduating in the spring. I'm not really sure how I feel about that lol. I'm excited to be on my own, but the college I'm going to is only an hour away. I think that after college, I'll probably live somewhere bigger for awhile but I think I'll end up coming back to a smaller town. It depends on how much I like living somewhere bigger I guess lol. And I really do hate that I have to go at their pace, but their pace would be a lot faster if the teacher made us do our work. Gah. It's so annoying. There are days when I'm the only one who even attempted the homework lol. Most days actually...
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah that's understandable. Have you lived their all your life? I really want to live in a cute little town when I'm older. Like travel a lot after college if possible, or otherwise live in a big city, and then settle down in a small farm town after I'm married for a few years until my kids are a little older, and then move out to the suburbs again when they're school age or whatever. Idk, That's just me lol, it probs sounds really weird. And yeah I get what you mean.That's one thing I was really thankful for at the small international school I went to - the teachers were all really really good. Even though their teaching styles weren't the best and they didn't give enough homework (yes I'm actually saying that lol, cause they barely gave any and it just wasn't enough), they were really good and helpful and actually cared, like they would be so open to personal teaching and help and stuff. But man, that must be really frustrating for you. What college are you going to? Did you apply like ED or something since you already know you're going there?
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SecretlyBrokenAndSilentlyHoping · 8 years ago
No, I moved around a lot when I was a kid. I was actually born in another state, but we've always lived in rural areas. We lived on farms a couple times, and my dad probably would've stayed on a farm if money weren't so tight.
And that doesn't sound weird lol. It actually sounds really close to what I plan on doing, except I think I'm going to raise my kids in a small town setting.
I actually understand how you feel about homework. My physics teacher doesn't give us ANY homework - it's all in-class assignments - and it drives me crazy lol. And my school is kind I half and half with good and bad teachers. There are certain teachers I would never take a class with again (and I only took them in the first place because it was a required class lol), although one of the ones I won't take just kind of creeps me out lol.
I'm planning on going to the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, and I have applied already. I applied in November I think, and I got in within a week lol. I could probably go to a bigger school (actually, I know I could because I applied to the UW-Madison which is the biggest UW and I got in there too - but tuition is twice as much which played a big part in my decision).
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lost dreamer* · 8 years ago
Yeah I totally get that.
Yeah I do, I was born here in Jersey and lived here until that move, and now I'm back here. And it's a long story, but basically my whole family was gonna move there, but then since its a huge move some stuff got delayed, so they decided to move in the winter. I didn't want to miss that much school since it would already be a huge transition, so I convinced them to let me go alone and stay in boarding, and then when they moved there too, I moved out of boarding and in with them. It actually wasn't too bad, like idk, apparently I adapt to change really well haha. I just cried a lot during that first plane ride (I mean it was a 20 hour journey all on my own) and that was it. It kinda surprised me that I didn't get too homesick and stuff, but I mean I did talk to my parents on the phone almost every day and stuff so yeah.
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