• Xander Stevenson

My Software Engineer Life

Now that I have been in this position for a month, I'm starting to get comfortable enough to handle sophisticated tasks. My colleagues have been very helpful and I appreciate all of their input and patience. I would give myself a score of 9 out of 10 for the past month because I've been willing to go above and beyond to complete all my tasks.

I've also just moved into my new apartment and I am so happy. In fact, I have never been so happy my life. The pride I have in my job, the tranquility and spaciousness of my apartment, my excellent physical and my stable and improving economic situation give me tremendous joy.

It really is all coming together. I often thank God for giving me the opportunity to be a successful software engineer in a thriving metropolis such as Austi in the United States of America, which is the greatest and most prosperous nation in the history of the world. I want to show my preciation to my forefathers who sacrificed and worked hard to get us where we are here today in peace and prosperity, stability and opportunity.

The only downside to my situation is that I don't really know anyone here. I have an Army buddy that lives in Houston and I reached out to him and it was great catching up but that is a couple hours away. Sometimes I do feel lonely but I've dealt with that numerous times in my life and have always used the solitude to forge a better version of myself and/or create some vehicle to approve mine and others' lives. Right now I'm employing some dating apps to help me find members of the opposite sex to socialize worth. I believe my best avenue of approach for meeting quality people will be to go to meet-ups.

Wish me luck!

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