When I used to spend hours at home reading anime magazines, I always found myself wanting to watch anime, but it was never until I was an adult that I started to enjoy it.
This is when my passion for anime came into focus.
This is what anime means to me.
When I was in middle school, I found out I had Type 2 diabetes and was prescribed insulin, which was incredibly expensive.
It was a huge deal for me, because I am one of those people who suffers from Type 1 diabetes and I had to keep insulin injections to a minimum.
So, when I got home from school, my parents were like, “I have to do something for you today.”
They were like “You’ll need to pay for it.”
My parents were also very supportive, and gave me the option of buying myself a new car, but I decided to just go with the car I already had.
I started out with a used Toyota Supra, and I eventually decided to take it to a dealership.
They told me that they would be able to fix it, and they did, and the car was pretty much my life for the next eight months.
In college, I took a degree in computer science, and in my spare time, I did some web development, and then I started my own company.
The day after I graduated, I started looking for work.
I thought it was going to be easy.
But I soon found out that not only was it very hard to find work, it was also very difficult to find money.
My parents were very protective of me, and said they wouldn’t let me work without financial assistance.
So, when the unemployment benefits came, I went in and applied for one.
That was it.
As the unemployment came, it made me really anxious.
I had no idea what was going on with my job.
I was working two jobs at once, and my coworkers would ask me questions about my job and I couldn’t answer them.
I felt like I was losing my mind.
But I was also starting to realize that I wasn’t alone.
My friend, the girl who introduced me to anime, told me, “Look, anime is not a job.
You have to be a person.”
She said that she felt like the anime industry had been misunderstood, and that anime was something she really enjoyed watching.
Anime was my way of saying, “You can do it, too!”