The recent life and times of Johnny T
I'm not sure exactly how I wound up living in a beach front condo in Maui, but I'm grateful none the less. Actually, most of the credit lies with my sweet bride and the opportunities provided by her Traveling RN career. I guess the real question is how did I wind up with such an amazing woman by my side. Seems like I've received more than my fair share most of my life; I'll be the first to tell you that I'm spoiled.
At any rate, I thank God for all the He has blessed me with. Here's a short list of what the wife and I have been up to since we've been on Maui:
Friends and Family Hosted: 11
Islands visited other than Maui: 3
1985 VW Vanagon Engines Blown: 1
Sea urchin stings: 1
Marathons completed: 1
Pro surfers sited: 10
Cussings received while surfing: 2
Drives to Hana: 3
Condos lived in: 3
Rainy days: 5
All of this and we've gotten to hang out with our good friends Aaron and Amy, volunteer for the IRONMAN world championship, learn how to surf, and a whole lot of other stuff. It's been fun, but we're looking toward the future and trying to figure out where we're going to go in February. Best case scenario: I'll have a job with Patagonia somewhere on the mainland, but who really knows.
Top: Real nice sunset in Wailea
Bottom: Me and Aaron Jensen running our little hearts out