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A Little About Myself

Hey, what's going on? So, it looks like you found my web site. Anyway, since you clicked on this page, you probably want to know something about me. Well, I'll tell you some stuff about me, but, I won't go overboard. Okay, where to begin? Well, I'll start from about age six. HAHAHA...yeah, right, if I did that, then I would be here forever, no, seriously, I'll start around age 18 (I'm 21 now), so that will make it short, and directly to the point.

At age 18-19, I was attending Littleton High School in Littleton, NH. Now, I am a Junior at New Hampshire College (Southern NH University in July 2001). If you want information pertaining to my college, then, click on College. However, after finishing my Sr. Year of High School, as a family we moved to Nashua, NH. Okay, if you're not from New England, take out your handy-dandy map, you will find Nashua (of course in New Hampshire) directly on the Massachusetts border. In case if you did not know, Nashua, NH was ranked the best place to live in America in 1987 & 1997 according to Money Magazine. Okay, enough about my city, more about myself.

Well, let's see, where to begin.......Okay, here goes. For those of you know me, know that I am a sports enthusiast. During my high school years I ran cross country, skied, and played baseball. Now that I am in college, I do the same things, however, the only sport that I play is baseball. Receiving good grades is most important to me at this moment. Also, I am a hiker. I have hiked many peaks in the White Mountains. Peaks such as Cannon Mountain, Mt. Lafayette, Mt.Liberty which is located in the Franconia Range, Mt. Adams, and the Mt. Washington Auto road, which is located in the Presidental Range. (Rt.302 for most of us). I had the chance to try WhiteFace Mountain in Up-state New York this past Summer, however, I was taking Summer courses to lighten my load when it comes time for graduation. Along with hiking, I have many other hobbies that are non sports related. However, I will probably bore you to death with them, so I won't discuss them.

I graduated this May with an Associates Degree in Computer Science. Now that I have finished my Associates, I am working on a double major in Marketing, and Computer Information Systems. Doing this keeps me extremely busy, leaving me with very little time to actually have some fun. Usually on my days off, I will be working. Speaking of work, I have held many jobs in my short lifetime. While living in Littleton, NH, during the Summer months I volunteered for the Appalachian Mountain Club and also during the Winter I was a ski instructor working at both Bretton Woods and Cannon Mountain. Now that I live in the southern portion of the state, I have worked at MVP Sports as a ski technician. Working here, basically I worked on tuning skis, and attended different ski tech. meetings in New England. After working at MVP, I worked at Home Depot as a landscaper/lifter. I literally worked my butt off at that place. During the Summer months, I would load concrete and fencing into trucks all day long. After about one year of working there, I decided to find myself a better job, and put my Assiciates Degree to work. So, this past Summer, I worked at PC-Time Computers. Working at PC-Time was a great experience for me. The people over there are great, and I personally knew the owner from my previous college. While working there, I would Market the company, and also program some of the computers. If you ever need new computers, I urge you to purchase your computer at PC-Time. They will custom build a computer for your specific needs.

Now that I am on Christmas break, I found a temporary job working at Vector Marketing, but, only after a few days, I decided to leave that place. The job description wasn't up my alley. Anyway, it doesn't matter, because on January 8th, I will be getting all four of my wisdom teeth out. It's time for them to come out now, and hey, if you haven't had yours out yet, give it some time, we all have to go through it eventually. The sooner they are out, the better!!

Anyway, that is enough about me. I don't really know what to put in this section, so I basically just rambled on, and on, and on, and on....etc. Well, you get the point. Anyway, enjoy the rest of my web pages, and if you have any questions, feel free to send e-mail.

-- Dave Sullivan