Struggles of People Who Moved a Lot as a Child
The only thing that goes on in your mind is whether you should mention your birth place, current location, or the place that you've lived in the longest. Several seconds pass by, and you're blankly staring at the person, before you finally decide to say "everywhere", because you're too lazy to tell your story again.
In fact, you start feeling restless if you stay put at a particular place for a long time. It also made you appreciate the small things in life.
Unpacking felt like Christmas mornings or birthday evenings, because you got to unpack your stuff that you didn't get to see in weeks. At times, you also discovered some new or old things that you never knew or remembered had existed in your life.
You do like the idea of settling down at one place, and even fantasize about it, but somehow it still makes you feel restless.
There's so much to talk about and discuss. That is the exact moment when you know you both are going to become great friends.
You have tons of other friends many places, and you did make an effort to be in touch with them by writing to them. Well, that never really lasted for long, let's be honest, Facebook reconnected you with half of them.
They went to same school, and finally different colleges where they swore to stick by each other for life, but still managed to reunite a couple of times a month, every festival, or vacation.
But you don't fear that situation anymore, unlike others who panic at the very thought of leaving their friends and family behind.