Let’s just say I haven’t laughed that hard in a while.
Met a guy who has known Dave for 60 days.
This is how he introduced himself:
“Hey, I’m 90 days in a separation and Dave is saving my a–. You know what has been the most f—- profound thing to me? He told me that the best I could do was to work on my s—, don’t worry about her’s. Is that not like the best f—– advice you’ve ever heard?”
Now, imagine that with a New York accent. I felt like I was an extra in an episode of the Sopranoes. His vulnerability and willingness to risk was so refreshing. I’ve found a new friend.
The funniest thing was after the introductions, we get in the golf cart and he asks me what I do for a living.
I say – “I work with teenagers.”
He says – “No sh–?! That is f—– awesome. That’s gotta be cool. Are you a teacher or something?”
I say – “Nope. I tell teenagers about Jesus Christ, man. I’m a youth pastor!”
He looks right at me, while driving the cart and says “No sh–.”
I say – “No sh–.”
What a great 18 holes! We grabbed lunch afterwards and I’m going to try to hook up with him every now and then.