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I have had so many requests to put more about Serena here. She is a very private person and prefers to be behind the lens rather than in front of it, so at risk to life and limb here goes it. Serena is a Gongfu Master so I never talk back when within arms reach, thank god I can out run her, a tactic that rarely works on the boat.
We decided to bounce out to the country for a few days to get away from the boat.
Chloe loves her and is always by her side, my two favorite girls.
We met in a park in Bellingham during the Blue Moon and one week later she ran away with me.
I knew it was getting serious when she asked me for her own pair of Xtratuf’s.
She is a bit of a princess but has passed every test, and there have been many.
Our dreams are very different, I want to sail off and discover and photograph the world, she just wants to save it. Serena is a practitioner of Chinese Medicine and wants to practice her medicine around the world, the last two country’s she worked in were Russia and India.
We couldn’t be more opposite of each other, did I mention Chloe loves her.
I don’t know how she has put up with me for almost half a year now but she keeps coming back. Like I said I’m posting this at risk to life and limb. If this turns out to be my last post know I died Happy 🙂
“It suddenly made sense. Only twice in his life had he felt this inexplicable, almost mystical attraction to a woman. He’d thought it remarkable, to have found two, when in his heart he’d always believed there was only one perfect woman out there for him.
His heart had been right. There was only one.”