(That’s me on the left sporting the grin!)
My official title is The Royal Duke Keenan the Mighty and Benevolent of the City of Oregon City of Oregon, but my friends just call me The Royal Duke Keenan the Mighty and Benevolent. But for you, I’ll make an exception and you can just call me Keenan. Or if you’re TRULY SPECIAL, and you know who you people are, then you can call me Keeno since you already do. In case we go on a speed date, I’ll give you a basic rundown so we can spend our extra time engaged in a thumb war — I get competitive, so we might run out of time. I enjoy listening to and going to see lots and lots of music, wearing crazy socks, going on bike rides in the wonderful and beautiful state of Oregon, volunteering to help whenever I can, working with the best kids in the world and somehow getting paid for it, cooking delicious food with extra love and hot sauce, going climbing indoors since the idea of climbing outdoors freaks me out, spending time with family and my friends which I basically consider to be part of my family, eating food and doing my best to work it off, playing basketball and watching the Blazers, taking pictures of everything and looking like a tourist, playing ukulele and video games, being awesome, and watching too much television to the point that I can spout off ridiculously obscure quotes about Arrested Development, How I Met Your Mother, Futurama, Psych, Chuck, and countless other shows.
I’m currently a senior Resident Assistant at the University of Portland, shooting for a Biology major with History and Environmental Science minors. If my life were to stay completely on course and follow my dreams, I will hopefully be going on to the Peace Corps for two years after earning my undergraduate degree, then to medical school to become a doctor. All of this will, of course, happen before retiring and opening a bakery, which will be a shoppe of delicious treats during the day and act as my base of operations to fight crime during the night.
This is my first time doing anything blog-like. I’m excited to try it, and I think it’ll be pretty fun while doing it and to look back on previous posts and such. Without further ado, I shall stop writing this and get to writing other things! As the great philosopher Tobias Fünke once said: “Let the great experiment begin!”