When I spent 4 years of undergrad at UofM Ann Arbor, I had a full ride scholarship that had strict minimum GPA requirements. So my experience of college has been purely classical; academic. In 2010 I took my only job offer out to Annapolis Maryland for a year. They really tried to keep me, but Ford made me an irresistible offer to come home to Michigan. In 2011 I bought and renovated a new house, started a new job, and started company-supported grad school all at the same time.
After 3 years, I have a master’s degree a few weeks away, lots of respect at the office, have completely upgraded the house which also keeps 2 renters. For nearly this entire duration, I have not set aside much time at all to be noticed. I still have yet to meet someone that I not only find attractive, but who also sees the world, has standards (better than goals), and truly gets a thrill from applying themselves in every way that I do.
I have great anticipation for what I could be capable of if the right person crosses paths with me; so long as I’m not too distracted by my own ambitions, and she is not too distracted by all the guys trying to get her to settle for them.
I’ll try to ease down the pressure by saying, it’s time for me to get out more, have more fun, meet people, make some more friends, see the world from more different perspectives, and hopefully someday, find mutual happiness with someone sharing mine.
You stay classy, thanks for stopping by.