This is how I will forever remember @dallasmccarver . Not for the great bodybuilder he was, but for the amazing person he was. I woke up to a random text from him one morning of this picture and that was it, no message, no nothing, just that pic. And that's the effect he had on me. I could be in a shit mood and he could come into my office and have me in tears laughing by the time he left. Hell, he could laugh himself out of a bad mood. I've travelled with him a lot and I could never wait to see him the next day or to have breakfast with him because he would always have a crazy story to tell. I would always tell him, when I come back to this world one day, I want to be Dallas McCarver. He lived life to the fullest, didn't over think things, did what made him happy at the time and never sweated the small stuff in life. I always admired him for that, he never got hung up on insignificant things like I can tend to do. I'm sure he went to bed every night with no regrets and was truly a happy soul. Today we physically say goodbye to you, one of three tragic loses I've experienced in my life but I take refuge in the fact I feel like you will always be with us. I miss you like crazy, we all miss you like hell. Save me a seat when it's time to meet again, I'm sure you're gonna have a lot of new crazy stories to tell me.