A blogger I always admired once told me to never apologize for not updating your blog and he was doing very well for himself. So too, I will not apologize but I will go so far as to say that I have rejuggled my obligations in the internets and this is my sole priority.
It's a wonderful spring here in Boston, MA at Boston University. Classes are almost out, jobs are being landed, professors are loosening up, and graduation looms on tomorrow's horizon. Well, not really. We have 25 days left... that's close enough. I can almost taste the amazingness of freedom.
Everyone is priming themselves for their next few weeks as we finish school, stumble through senior week, and finally walk across a stage to receive a small piece of paper that validates all of the effort I have exerted for the last four years. In these few short days, we must finish all of our illustrious classes with famous professors, grit our teeth through the pomp and circumstance that is graduation and finally, move on to bigger and "better" things.
I am one of the lucky ones. I have a job. For the last 6 months, I've known that I had a job upon graduation and finally found some information regarding when that new game would begin. I will be starting with Accenture on the 6th of July, the Monday following the 4th. I see this becoming an epic weekend. Along these lines, I am moving out of the coop from the get go. Some friends and I have an apartment on Beacon St. in Brookline, MA. I cannot wait to move in with these friends and to begin my life as a professional, a productive member of society.
Funnily enough, I am so excited with bringing my new experiences to the website. I want to share the new activities and observations to you... if you're still listening out there. We are all on the brink of something amazing and the die is cast. Our course is set. We've been directing our boats for the last four years (or more) and now our course is set. Basically, that means it's time for autopilot. It's time to enjoy the moments we get to share with those we love and surround ourselves with. It is time for celebration.
Please look for jamesconnors.com to bring more and more content directly to you through RSS and the mighty interwebs. I hope that you enjoy where we go with this and stick around for the ride. Warm wishes and good health. Congratulations to all of my classmates in the class of 2009 and thank you to all of the parents that have made this a reality.