It was a warm, sunny December afternoon when my mother was suddenly rushed to the hospital. The house was littered with wrappings and accessories from earlier that Christmas morning. It was, however, the following morning that I decided to enter the world, saving my mother the trouble from having to clean up after the celebration (a consideration that, to this day, I have still not been properly thanked for). Anyway, the day was December 26, 1973 in Redlands, California. It was in California that I learned to swim and, of course, play soccer.
Five years passed before we decided to move to Las Cruces, New Mexico, a place I had never heard of. Before leaving, I retired from the swim club after two years of faithful service, and ventured into Las Cruces ready for new excitement... like baseball, basketball, and, of course, more soccer. It was here that I also learned to play the piano and then the clarinet.
High School came and went, as I am a graduate with a 4.17 GPA and fifth in my class from Mayfield High School. During high school I was involved in the marching band and symphonic winds, and later in German Club and National Honors Society. I was also a four year player and three year captain of the varsity soccer team. I was chosen to All-State three years for both the clarinet and in soccer.
Currently I am a senior in electrical engineering with a 3.50 GPA and 151 credit hours here at New Mexico State University . My résumé is available for those interested in a formal approach to my life. In my freshman year I went out and played (really practiced) with the football team as a place kicker. After my one semester of football, I decided to go back to a real sport and played the following year for, of course, the soccer team. However, every fall I have helped to coach the boys varsity soccer team at my old high school. This is an experience that I greatly appreciate. I enjoy teaching younger men the fine (and sometimes major) points of soccer. Aside from sports, I attend Northminster Presbyterian Church, I am the Sergeant at Arms for the Presbyterian Campus Ministry (PCM), and I am the treasurer for the Alternative Collegiate Computing Association (ACCA).
In addition to all these exciting activities, I also enjoy jokes as well as cooking. These are some of my jokes and recipes. And for a really cool page, check out Batman!
And now, for those of you who know me you can appreciate Bill Watterson's creation just a little bit more...
And, those of you who know me also know how important I think Gary Larson's Far Side is!
e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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