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Life can be very unexpected rollercoaster It was just another day when ten year old me decide to ride her favorite attraction but who would of thought this ride will take a huge turn to the United States Of AmericaVenezuela is a place where little boys and girls just run around the neighborhood playing with other kids This was me just another girl with dirty hands stinking clothes from all the running around and a grin on my face from all the fun I was havingImagine all this changing when you get a call and your father from California tells you Hey pack your bags your coming to the USA It was certainly not a norm conversation between my dad and IThe Second I hang up my mind was spinning around with all these thoughts in my head Will I make friends Will I like my school Will I hate it over there most importantly will I ever learn EnglishWhen my dad picks me up Im trembling with all this emotions im feeling This was definitely the biggest rollercoaster I have ever gotten on Im petrified going into a completely different country with absolutely no clue what to expect When I said bye to my mother friends and my country was vert hard but was it worth itOnce I arrive to the one and only California stop Im loosing my mind up to this point People around me look so unfamiliar and strange I didnt know where stood it felt like I was entering the closet of Narnia What stood out the most was what the sounds that were coming from peoples mouth Im not sure I could called them words or sentence because I didnt I understood a single thing It was terrifying I felt like I was trying to understand what a dog was saying Elo aou ar juu Perdon papi que dicen My dad just nodded and told me dont
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