June 06, 2007

Yes, I'm alive

Alright, a forray into "Understand Michael Snively" land is in order. Towards the end of every school year I slip into my "just finish Michael, just get to the end" shell. I stop using the internet and start organizing my affairs (debts, tickets, events, slideshows, responsibilities). What happens when I stop using the internet?! No blogging, and I'm very sorry. Fortunately, there's good news!

I'm ordering my new laptop tonight!!! That means uber blogging and a happy Michael. Oh, and did I mention that I got my brand new video camera last friday?! It's amazing, I've been filming a bunch of stuff to show you all when I get a chance. Here's a sneak peak at what you're in for in the coming weeks:

Coverage of our awesome band banquet
Coverage of the senior awards banquet
A play-by-play of my last day at school.
Coverage of graduation.
Talking about my new job with ODOT (Oregon Department of Transportation)
Blogging about my laptop, with my laptop!
Probably some ranting about how cool my laptop is!
The MIT Housing lottery

So there it is folks, that's what's coming! I'll be blogging soon enough, so while not reading my blog just relax, enjoy the end of school, and have a good day. Oh, and did I mention that today was my last day of high school!? It was soooo nice, *sigh*


Anonymous said...

Wow. It's so exciting that you're back! :) Yay for your last day of high school (today was my last day of junior year...just one more year left!)

Anyway...it will be interesting to see what you have to say about the housing lottery. Many people, including Jessie the MIT blogger, have said that Simmons looks like a sci-fi monster/something that is going to kill you, but I think that it would be one of my top MIT picks. Are you thinking East Campus or West Campus?

Anonymous said...


Congratulations! Have fun tonight and bask in the glory of your achievements. Looking forward to seeing your videos!

Molly said...

Your count down is all finished....thats depressing and very exciting all at the same time!

Anonymous said...