#71. February 1st, 2013: Tad McCardell

If you’ve met Tad, then you know you’ve met just about the nicest gentleman there is. Tad McCardell; there is seriously no one like him. When you meet him, the first thing you notice is his wonderful smile and his absolutely phenomenal personality. He is the sweetest guy around and he has literally never said something mean. As pretty much the best surfer in California, as well as the most genuine and caring man, Tad is the most humble and modest person in the world. He literally turns red when you compliment him and it’s honestly insane how much he deserves to be complimented on a daily basis. When it comes to Tad, generous is an understatement. Tad is incredibly giving and devoted to being there for his friends and family and he will literally drop everything if you need something. I actually can’t even describe how much I admire his integrity and ability to live true to himself. Fun Fact: His entire family is wonderful and they are some of the nicest people in the world as well. Anyway, Tad really is the bomb.com and he can make absolutely anyone’s day by just existing. He radiates happiness and warmth and he deserves to be told that he’s AMAZING each and every single day. Tad, thank you so much for being the spectacular man that you are. Thank you so much for being such a rockin’ volleyball and soccer player. Seriously though, volleyball with you was a blast and I miss it often. Thank you so much for being so kind and compassionate and for being such an amazing friend. Thank you so much for being in my life and for being my friend. It’s hard to explain how much I appreciate having you in my life. Anyway, for all of that, Tad, I thank you 🙂

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