Before I start I want to inform you about a post from Nicole at Coolncreative17. She mentions that October is Dysautononua Awareness Month and she has done a great job explaining this in detail. Please check out her amazing site and also her post on this topic.
When I am having moments of despair I pray! Sometimes God makes me laugh because He reminds me of funny memories.
Today I want to share a new memory with you all. I was not thinking to write about this topic, but Goldie inspired me with her post about swimming. So, thank you, Goldie, for getting my neurons “fired up” on this subject!
As a scuba diver you will eventually hear of, be asked to, or maybe even participate in a shark dive.
I did participate in a grand total of ONE of those “shark dives”, the rest of my dives consisted of the following;
- Beach Dives on near-shore reefs
- Night Dives
- Ship Wreck Dives
- Open Water Dives
- Speer Fishing Dives
- Lobster Dives
Anyways… getting back to how God makes me laugh when I need to… The dive boat we used most often had this really neat radio which played tunes that you could hear in the ocean as you were swimming. The funniest song (ironically) that I have ever heard on a dive had to be this one…
This song makes me laugh to this day because it was played on the ONE shark dive that I did. Although I saw a harmless nurse shark, the entire experience still makes me laugh just the same.
I have left diving behind me now, but I still have my very own deep blue keepsake. I picked this shell up on a wreck dive named Tortuga which is near Miami Beach, Florida.
For a visual of scuba diving on the Tortuga, I hope that you enjoy this video that I found on Youtube.
Have you ever been on a scuba dive? If yes, where and what kind? More importanly… what kind of memories does God use to cheer you up?
Hope you all are having a great Monday!