Bobby. 21. I live in Michigan. I am now attending Western Michigan University, and am an RA in one of the residence halls. I'm quite the nerdy person really. I like all types of music , with the exception of country. I mainly listen to bands such as "Bullet for my Valentine," "Linkin Park," and some classic rock as well. I also like dubstep and some types of hip-hop. I play tons of video games, such as halo, call of duty, starcraft, world of warcraft, need for speed, bioshock etc. I have a weird liking to guns. I love cars, and I really hope that I will be able to work with them for a career. I love sports, mainly hockey, even though the only sports I really ever played are soccer and lacrosse, I love the Detroit Red Wings with a passion :D So basically I have blog that would contain typical guy stuff :P
I consider myself to be quite a weird person. I do have slight anger and depression issues. And i'm not quite sure where to go from here....
Feel free to ask me anything.
Truthfully i know people don’t read much into these, but this is more for myself than anything else.
Starting from the beginning of the summer, I managed to get an engineering internship at the company that my father has worked at for 20 years now. I really liked the idea of being able to work around and/or with my father, but there was really one thing that bothered me while working there. There was always a comparison to my dad. In reality it shouldn’t be a surprise, but i just don’t really like being compared to someone else when i’m not them. I know it sounds pretty obvious, but while working with the people there it made me realize it more than ever. All in all, my time there was very nice and I was able to learn a lot from the others who have been in the engineering position for some time.
As well as having the engineering internship, I also ran a small goalkeeping camp for kids between 5th and 9th grade. I kept this camp to a very minimal amount of kids just due to the fact that I didn’t have tons of time to invest to make multiple sessions a week, but it also made it easier to coach all the kids at the same time. During my time coaching these kids, I could not have had more fun. Their energy was possibly the best thing to be around at that time for me. after my dull energy-less days at work, it was usually just the thing I needed.
Besides the other two things I had done all summer, I had to have a little fun for myself seeing how I was getting paid for the other two. Apart from those two things I had also joined a summer hockey league with one of my best friends Max. Even though we only had games twice a week I had the most fun I’ve ever had playing a sport. It was relaxed, but at the same time very competitive which was just the thing i look for when I go to play. Our season was one i won’t forget for sure seeing that we were easily the best team in the league. Sadly I had to miss play-offs due to the fact of me becoming a Resident’s Assistant at college and training started the first week of play-offs. Luckily my team pulled through and proceeded to win the cup for our summer league. Even though I wasn’t there, I was still really excited about winning it all.
That was my summer in a nutshell.
I wish I was this guy…