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Lisa Marie Rigg was my favorite underwater model and dive buddy. Her stunning looks, charm, and scuba skills were unparalled. Not to mention her big cheery smile, and pearly whites. I first met Lisa at the BlueWater cafe in Honolulu, Hawaii. That was the first time I had experienced the true meaning of "Aloha". Lisa is a tall lady of about 5' 10", with a slender voluptuous body. When she approached my table, she knelt down close, looked up at me, and said "what would you like for breakfast?". I knew at that instant that she was very special, so I asked her out for a date. She said yes! On our first date, she took me out, for she was a local Hawaiian who lived in a big, beautiful home on Atherton Road, in Manoa Valley. She took me to a secluded beach with many palm trees, where the ocean had small, rolling waves, and it seemed like we could go out for miles before it got deep.
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Our relationship was deep from the beginning. While we were talking, I had the strangest feeling I had known her for a long time. The feeling of Deja-Vu was incredible, so I told her "it seems like I have already kown you for a long time". Lisa replied "yes, it does". I felt like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz when she met the Scarecrow, Tinman, and the Cowardly Lion, and couldn't remember that they were best friends and farm hands together in Kansas. Lisa has made a huge impact in my life, and we are soulmates. I hope I have had as much positive influence in her life as she has made in mine. Lisa Marie still lives in my heart, and probably always will. Hank, Lei, Lani, Lisa, Mark, Scott, Matthew, and Doug Rigg invited me into their home on Atherton Road for 4 months of hospitality and Aloha, instead of staying on the U.S. Navy Barge YRST-1, which was uninhabitable for humans. My hat goes off to the Rigg family.