Monday, October 31, 2011


what can i say, he's been a brother to me. throughout the years Danny and i have remained good friends. we haven't always hung out with each other, and we weren't always as close as we are now. but i can guarantee you that the times we did, and the times we were, were some of the best times of my life. he's a loyal, honest, talented friend. we've done some pretty wack stuff together. last year in the talent show he played the ukelele while Marissa and i sang. he was the glue to our show. we wanted to call it off once but Danny persisted- the show must go on! and so it did. not even half a year ago we were on vacation together in the middle of the caribbean when suddenly (in his words) a demon from the infernal pit just attacked my friend [me]. we'll be on tv in a few weeks (maybe days, i'll keep you posted) together. all because he kept filming as the demonic monkey kept eating into my shoulder. curse you poncho. but i think my favorite thing about our friendship is the fact that we can sit around his kitchen table and talk about computers for hours. i wouldn't be lying if i said that a good eighty percent of our conversations had something to do with an Apple product or something we read on engadget or gizmodo. he's my right hand man when it comes to tech. i hope it stays that way when we both get back. he's leaving on wednesday to serve the people in honduras. and serve them he will. he's always had such a big heart and way with people that just makes you want to stop and listen. i'm going to miss him quite a bit, more than he knows. surf... and turf.

good luck out there Big D.
God be with you till we meet again.

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