Moving wasn’t the hardest part, leaving behind everything I had was. I lived in Scarborough for most of my life, Most of my friendships started from there; I learned to ride my first bike there, my family whom came from Korea started their life in that house, Me and my sister were raised in that house but like every moment, living in Scarborough had its good moments and its bad. One of the many good moments was being having friends who I considered family, we did everything together including trick or treating on Halloween. Another great moment I shared in Scarborough was winning our first game in high school on the Stephen leecock basketball team, the feeling was indescribable and something I’d never forget. Everything was great and not to mention everyone was happy, my family, my friends and even me. Everything felt like it was in place. It was not until grade ten I found out the most horrible news a person who had it going this great for them could find out. I was moving. It was goodbye Scarborough and hello Etobicoke. I was born September 7th 1994, It wasn’t until I was 15 that I found out I was moving from the best place ever, I live with my mom, my dad, my grandma and my sister. My parents were born in Korea as well as my grandma as I like to call her “Harmony” which means grandma in Korean. My mother came to Canada first to start a better life and soon after brought my father along, together they struggled to create a new life for me and my sister. My sisters sixteen at the moment, she can sometimes be a pain to deal with but I know she has my back through anything. Moving to Etobicoke was hard on all of us but my parents found a new business so it was for the best as they said. I started second semester in grade ten at Silverthorn Collegiate Institute, it was hard. Making new friends should be easy but in my case it wasn’t. It took some time getting used to the area, in Scarborough everything was close to each other; i had the mall...
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