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Adapting to my new home

Updated on September 10, 2015

When we have lived in one place since we have been born, it is easy to get homesick especially when it is the first time we have moved out of a place that we have lived in most of our life. I'm not the only one who probably thinks this way because there are many people who do this at least several times in their life.

For this being my first move out of my hometown, it was a good and easy move. My husband made sure it was a good move, in which there wouldn't be much trouble. My parents were able to also come and help us with the move, them coming with us could of made it a good move. Sometimes it is hard to find a place to live when you first move into a new state and city, however, I am proud to say that my husband was able to make the right choice a few months before we even made the official move.

I have adapted really easily the where I live now, I am used to dry weather, it being hot but dry. Louisiana is hot and humid and when it rains one can really feel the humidity. I like seeing the nice green trees, it is a change of scenery from just seeing desert all the time. I couldn't ask for anything better. For some people it may be hard to get used to the place that they are now living in but I have been told that when you don't like a place at all, you will have a hard time enjoying it while you are living here. When you are able to learn to enjoy the new place you are living in then you can be happy.

For me, being with someone that I love is what makes being away from my hometown easy. I know that we will go back in the future in a few years because with my husband being in the military we have several more moves. Before my family left to go back to Texas, my dad told me that even though we don't live as close together when I was living ten minutes away from them, we are always a phone call away and he told me that somehow he had to let his little girl go. I may be away from home and my family, but I know that they always have me in mind and will be happy to see me when I finally return home.

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      Linda Robinson 2 years ago from Cicero, New York

      You are so welcome Dancilla. I am glad we connected and I will have many more hubs for you as well hoping that they are topics that interest you. Enjoy your day. One of your fellow hubbers, Linda

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      Priscilla 2 years ago from El Paso

      Thank you, glad to have you following me.

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      Linda Robinson 2 years ago from Cicero, New York

      Hello Priscilla loved your hub, very interesting and it held your interest from the beginning to end. An amazing heart felt hub. Nice meeting you. Look forward to reading all of yours. Happy to follow you. Linda