Now More Happier.


The future.

Apparently I take requests now, so here are my thoughts.
I have about $500 in my checking and will have about the same in my savings when I get that check cashed. This $500 is somehow going to have to pay for my gas, but first a few other things I'd like to buy. Leg and arm weights, tennis balls, a ball hopper and an FM transmitter for my MP3 player are high on the list. With gas getting more and more expensive, it's looking very much like the slacking life is over. I'll have to get some sort of job, which will mainly go towards paying for my gas and going into my savings account. Aside from that, high school this year should be smooth sailing after the frenzy of college and scholarships which is just over the horizon.

Hopefully, I will get into school at Harvey Mudd, a school I've been interested in since a 10th grade history class. Just in case, however, I'll be applying to Longwood and Virginia Tech, and I'm pretty sure I'll get into atleast one of those. If not, I suppose there's always ECPI, but really...I'll have a freaking Governor's Seal on my diploma, it shouldn't be a problem.

Once at college, hopefully in California, I will again have to find a job. Harvey Mudd is 30 minutes or so from LA, but I'm not really sure if that's a good or bad thing. I suppose in a city that big there's always something that needs to be done, and I'd like to think myself capable of most unskilled labor.

And then...I'm not really sure what I'd like to do with my life. I suppose office dronery is a possibility - make too little money, do lots of work, go home exhausted, wake up miserable and then have my job outsourced to India. I'd like to avoid that if possible, but I'm not really sure where or how. I'll have lots of time to think about it for the next four years, though, so no stress.

I've said it before and I'm sure I'll say it again, but the one thing that worries me about the future is the thought of losing contact with all of my friends from high school. At this point in time, I don't even know what I'd do without them.

Probably post here more.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i really never want to lose contact with you.

6:54 PM

Blogger Trevor said...

thats not me - just to let you know. im not gay.

7:58 PM


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