Summer Goals, 2010 edition

As you may or may not know, it’s a bit of a tradition for me to layout some goals for the upcoming summer. Originally it was May 31st, but now it’s earlier – the goal is May 10th, but I’ve missed it two years running, now, so it might as well be May 11th.

My goals are:

1. Get a job, as my spot was filled. They found a new spot for me.
2. Beat Arkham Asylum, Alan Wake, Assassin’s Creed II, and Dragon Age: Origins.
3. Work on Trouble in Paradise, including scripts for episodes 2 and 3.
4. Help with the oil spill clean up stuff
5. Sleep. So much sleep!
6. Another LAN party. Or two.
7. Watch another show – maybe it’s finally time for Arrested Development? Or possibly Castle.
8. Hang out with my friends and do some awesome stuff.
9. Find a layout for this thing that meets my lofty expectations: full date and time of entries, tags listed on each post (clickable, but doesn’t search all of WordPress), and a category view that allows you to see which categories are nested (ex: Life->Television->Stargate)

Sound good?

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About cheshil

College Student
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3 Responses to Summer Goals, 2010 edition

  1. Peterson says:

    Zombie Hunters?

    Oh, and maybe you should add Farscape to number 7.

    And a word of advice about the Oil Spill: to help with the clean up, you need to undergo HazMat training. My dad will be doing that most of tomorrow. I’m thinking about it, but only if they let me use a crowbar.

  2. Andrew says:

    Why not save Arrested Development for this fall?

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