Summer on the Lake

Posted on Saturday, August 3rd, 2013 by

This past few days, I have fallen off the radar. On Thursday, when I got off of work, I turned off my cell phone and drove to the Anderson’s, long time family friends. Though none of the other “kids” are around to keep me company, I’m still having fun with the adults. Today, I went sailing and this video is the result of that.


  1. Dad says:

    Well, now you know what old people do for fun! It was wonderful spending a few days with you. Happy Sailing! Love, Dad.

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  4. Maddie says:

    love you grandpa, grandma, and dad!!!

  5. Mom says:

    Summers on the lake are the best! It was great being with you. LOVE you to infinity and BEYOND!

  6. mjohns65 says:

    Love you Mom!

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For 20 years of my life, I have rocked the suburbs like Jon Bon Jovi did, except that he was talented (as Ben Folds would say). In high school, I was involved in speech, debate, concert band, marching band, and volunteer work. To this day, I enjoy tossing the Frisbee disc with friends, reading an absurd amount of books, writing poetry and listening excessively to every genre of music excluding country.

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