Hi Jenn. Glad you joined us. I can sure relate to the excessively bouyant issue!
If we can be courageous one more time than we are fearful, trusting one more time than we are anxious, cooperative one more time than we are competitive, forgiving one more time than we are vindictive, loving one more time than we are hateful, we will have moved closer to the next breakthrough in our evolution.
Hi Jenn Welcome. you will have fun here. we hang out in the NArced lounge
"LIFE IS NOT A JOURNEY TO THE GRAVE WITH THE INTENTION OF ARRIVING SAFELY IN A PRETTY AND WELL PRESERVED BODY, BUT RATHER TO SKID IN BROADSIDE, THOROUGHLY USED UP, TOTALLY WORN OUT, AND LOUDLY PROCLAIMING .......
Greetings! I'm pretty new to the site and even newer to the group, but I wanted to say hi. Sadly I don't have any recent dive stories to share. The only time I've put my gear to use in the last couple years was to help the local golf course locate a couple of carts that were driven into the lakes by some drunk teenagers. And even sadder still is the fact that I'm not sure there is enough lubricant manufactured to get my a** back into my suit. However, THAT is going to change. I'm still very passionate about the sport and the thought that in the near future I will be less buoyant than the boat is a strong motivator. Looking forward to "meeting" all of you! :-)
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