The Fall of 2016 is when I left my hometown. I was headed to college like most new high school graduates. Eager to leave this stupid little town in which I had been stuck in for the last 18 years, I was ready to experience a bigger and better city. I had always dreamed of living in a city. Never having to drive 30 minutes to get to a Wal-mart or Target seemed to be more ideal. As I carried my way through college life the place I called “home” was always in the back of my mind. I made my way back after my first semester had come to an end. This was my first time being home since August. I never thought I would actually miss this small town, but I did.