In 2003, my father was on a blind date with an American woman.
He was wearing a black leather jacket and a matching white tie.
We talked for a while about our jobs and our lives.
He mentioned that he was working on a video game he had no idea what to do with.
The woman said that she wanted to buy me a game console, and that she would make me an offer when I was older.
She gave me an iPhone 6.
I was very confused.
What on earth is an iPhone?
I didn’t know what to say.
I felt weird and awkward.
I didn´t know how to ask the woman what she was getting me.
But I figured, maybe she just wanted to make me feel better.
Afterward, I started getting texts from her.
They were all from older men, but they all had the same story: They were interested in getting into the video game industry.
My father told them that he had an offer to work for an American video game company, and if they could meet his requirements, he would buy them the phone.
I got an offer from my father to be a freelance video game designer.
I immediately jumped at the chance to get into the industry.
I went from a very isolated life in New Jersey to a big city full of video game developers.
I worked as a freelancer for companies like Electronic Arts, Capcom, and Nintendo.
My salary was around $400 per month, and I had access to a huge amount of game development equipment.
I had a large amount of spare time, which I used to work on my projects.
I became a video gamer’s dream.
I loved everything about video games, and all of the companies that I worked for, from the game publishers to the game developers, had great employees.
But after I started working for companies in the video games industry, I found out that the employees were just like me.
They had a lot of time on their hands, but no time to actually do anything with their lives.
My work became an important part of my life, and my father took me to see his friends.
He introduced me to my brother, who was a designer at a different company, who introduced me back to my father.
My brother introduced me into a family that he loved.
My parents and siblings are now my biggest supporters, and they are constantly encouraging me to get back into the games industry.
The only thing I haven´t experienced since 2003 is the constant pressure to achieve.
I have been constantly told to “work harder,” and I never really believe it.
My job requires me to work incredibly hard.
I can’t get out of bed in the morning without feeling like I am constantly on edge, like I have to stay in shape.
But as long as I work hard, I am going to be able to find a job that I love and a family I can be proud of.
I hope that in the future, I can go back to school and find a way to get a degree and continue working for a video games company, even if it is only a part-time job.
I would love to get my degree and have the opportunity to help out in the industry, but that´s not going to happen anytime soon.