Michael Hirschowitz, Mason baker, Zachary L
Today was my first day in pseudanth, it started with entering the capital city through the airport. After getting accepted in the new citizen station, thanks to the paper I received. I was then off to the apartment complexes. After about one hour in the apartment office I finally received my room, A 6 room top floor apartment, with an amazing view of the city. After unpacking I went back to ground floor to find somewhere to eat. I looked for nearest restaurants on my phone and almost a dozen 4 star restaurants were in a one mile distance from me. After eating at the nearest bar and grill I headed back to my apartment to finish unpacking and get ready for bed. Before I fell asleep I thought to myself was this the right choice, will I find a job, and what friends will I make here.
It has been more than a year since I arrived in Pseudanth, and I can whole hearted say I have not regretted moving here not one bit. And today shows one the reasons I moved here, today I broke my leg during the company game of softball, I was running to catch a flyball but I smacked right into another outfielder and could not feel my leg when I was lying on the ground and was quickly rushed to the hospital. There I was expecting it to be wrapped into a cast but when I woke up it looked lit it was never broken. I was told it is a brand new medical procedure only available here. They put a special paste into the leg and into holds it together will simultaneously fusing the bones back together. I tried it out and it felt like I never even broke the bones I was allowed to leave the same day I was brought that is one of the reasons I moved to pseudanth
Today marks the seven hundred day I have been in psuedanth, to celebrate I got all my friends to go to the fanciest restaurant in the capital. Las Somanis, an Italian steakhouse, it has a 2 month minimum wait list, so I had to make the reservation months in advance. It didn’t start off to great with two friends bailing last minute and 1 calling sick leaving me with 4 friends coming. After I rounded up the remaining friends we arrived at the restaurant I walked up proudly to the waiter running the front and asked,
“Table for 5 under Michael.”
She asked “it says table for 8?”
“Some people bailed on me.” I said
After having an amazing yet ridiculosyly expensive meal that I was happy to pay. We went to my place for an after party drink. After calling 4 separate cabs I stated the clean up thinking to myself what a great idea it was to move here