Blake, you taught me never to be bored.
If it was raining outside then we would play ping-pong. And after hours of ping-pong we would try to make up a game that would keep us from being bored. I can’t even count the number of games we made up but one stands out. We called it shoe. We would simply get all the shoes we could find and put them at the bottom of the stair case. From there we would just throw a bouncy ball up the stairs and wait for it to come back down and hope it would land in a shoe. Some shoes were just worth one but boots and flip flops were usually worth more. We would play for hours and hours. I don’t remember a boring moment with you. Thanks for that and for being such a good friend. Love you.