I met Cameron at the park in the neighborhood he grew up in. Driving by it just looks like a playground and a pool. But if you learn to look at things right, anything can be beautiful. Cameron knew this place would be perfect.
Cameron and I struggled to think of jokes that weren’t dirty or for five year olds, talked about the frustrations of dating in High School, what he wanted to study and where he wanted to study it. We spent the most time talking about music and his love for it. “It’s the only thing in the world that I just get naturally.”
Cameron is a kind, thoughtful and talented guy. The future is in good hands.
“I’m not good at making serious faces,” said Cameron, the liar.