It was summer. The streets of my hometown were very empty, which was odd for such a wonderful summer day.The scent of freshly cut grass filled the air, and sunlight was shining through the perfectly trimmed elm trees whose leaves hung above us. Houses lined the streets, each one as perfect and impeccably cared for as the last. Far away, the sound of other children could be heard playing. The noise barely reached my ears, because this was a sad day. My momma had just gotten a call from my daddy, and he was being transferred across the world to Europe. That meant that my momma and I would have to go with him. Which also meant that I would have to leave behind my best friend and neighbor, Nolan. I sat outside of our house, on the curb, trying to focus my thoughts on anything other than the fact that I would probably never get to see Nolan again.We would be moving in a week, and I had to find a way to tell him without crying.
“Hey! Drew, what's wrong?” A voice