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My friend, M, decided he wanted to go deep sea shark fishing for his birthday (it was between fishing and laser tag– the ultimate dilemma), so I eagerly obliged, since “Go deep sea fishing,” for whatever reason, ranked highly on my list. I am the furthest thing from a fisherman, so shark and deep sea fishing are essentially the same thing in my eyes (boat + ocean + fishing poles– it counts).
Although it was far from anything I’d ever want to do again… ever… I’m glad I was a part of the whole shebang. Trying new things and spending time with great people is never a negative. Oh, and M ended up having a great birthday, so that’s really what matters. Yay!
Unfortunately, we tried to take a whole group shot, but the fog and rain wouldn’t allow it. It also wouldn’t allow good hair or lighting. Boo. Farewell, Orlando Princess! Next to conquer on my list are kayaking, trips to DC, Manhattan, and potentially Vegas, and some major piano lessons. Needless to say, I’m excited. Has anybody else had any fun adventures lately?
It would bother me too but not enough to give up meat. 🙁 So 24 more things to do before you turn 26, what is next?
Well, I've knocked off 6 already, so there's only (hah) 19 things left! Next is kayaking, learning to play "A Thousand Miles" on the piano, and hopefully one of my designated trips. It will be a busy rest of the year!
Hope you had a great weekend!
Looks like a fun night! I like fishing for about the first thirty minutes haha
It was fun, but mostly because of all the Michael Scott quotes/dancing available for emulation. I don't care much for the actual fishing. Meh.