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A story of college Leaving from home and exploring ones own dreams are a very important part of maturing I was separate from home to this country for transit to college life There are many changes upon entering college In high school mom was there to make sure school was still reached on time When the alarm clock fails to go off at college then the first class of the day will be missed At high school mom creates the best meal for me In college cafeteria is the place where I can buy meals and it is not good as homemade In high school privacy is always available at home there is somewhere to read write listen to music or to just rest Dorm life is a reality to college and the only time the room is empty is on a Saturday night At home a bedroom is somewhere to keep all personal belongings there is a space for everything to put Space becomes a lesser in college When at home there is no worry of someone coming into the bedroom unless permission is given to enter In college a day without at least ten random visitors is considered boring At home family was the only people living inside the house In college the entire floor becomes family The phone is the communication between friends in high school e-mail becomes the communication in college In high school going to bed at midnight is late asleep by 230 am is an early night in college At home a bed is somewhere to sleep where in college it turns into a desk A bed is a comfy big relaxing object at home In college the beds were extra hard and long Laundry is done without me Mom just picks it up and it arrives back to the room and folded nicely on the bed Quarters are like gold in college The laundry piles up
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