Hey guys, I'm new here!
Since I'm new to the UML Blogging crew, let me tell you about myself:
I currently reside in Sharon, MA and graduated from Sharon High School.
Sharon is only about an hour away from UML, which is much closer than where a lot of my friends will be going. This is good because I'm not at home, but not too far away either. If needed, I can always go home for a nice home cooked meal, or just a place to do my laundry, a problem that I've heard many students have to deal with. I like all types of music and would like to think of myself as a very outgoing person. I love meeting new people and just having a fun time.
I have an incredible sense of humor, and if you ever talk to me in real life, 95% of what I say will be sarcastic jokes. I don't watch TV all that much, but when I do, I only watch funny shows, such as Last Comic Standing, Family Guy, The Simpsons, etc. I think my main problem when talking to someone is I try to joke a lot, even in serious situations. But I feel like laughing is the best thing, so I like doing it, and making others as well. A lot of my friends would think of me as a comedian because I will try to make a joke out of anything and everything. At times I won't know when to stop a joke, so I guess I like to kill jokes as well. Sometimes my jokes can be offensive, but I think the best kind of jokes are the shocking ones.
I enjoy running long distances, working out at the gym, and keeping healthy and fit. In high school I ran varsity cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track for three years, but I finally quit my senior year so I could focus more on boxing and kickboxing. I also enjoy playing soccer, ultimate frisbee, football, or anything to have a great time with friends.
I work at Hollister and have been for the past year.
It takes up most of my time nowadays during the summer, but I love working there because of all the cool people I get to meet. Everyone there is pretty much as outgoing as I am so we all seem to have a great time with each other. I was planning to work there during the school year as well, but the closest Hollister to UML is a 15 minute drive away. Since I won't be bringing my car with me to college, the walk would be pretty far, so I decided that I probably wouldn't work there during the school year. But who knows, I might be able to work something out and be able to work there.
Im an incoming freshman and will be living on campus in bourgeois hall. I wil be rooming in a quad with three other guys that I have never met before, but I'm pretty excited about the experience. I'm an undeclared business major and hope to pursue a career in business management. I'm also thinking about a career in computer engineering so I might do some sort of minor, or switch my major next year. I myself never visited colleges or had any college life experience but during freshman orientation, I realized how much I missed out. Im really excited about college life and cannot wait for move in day on August 30th. The good thing about orientation is I was grouped with many people who have the same exact schedule as me, and we still keep in touch, so going into college I'm less nervous about the environment since I already made friends. Also, if I don't like my living situation, which I'm sure won't be a prroblem, I can always crash at another friend's dorm.
Well that's all, thanks for reading and hopefully you'll be back for more!
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