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I will try and keep the beaches clean. And I will point out to others who are too blind to see, that littering is a bad thing and that we need to police our beaches. And, I mean all the beaches, all over New England. In fact, all over the world. Let's keep it clean. I will show and give respect to those who have earned it. And I will point out to others, who are not showing respect, to those who have earned it, that they need to show more respect and love. You know, I'll educate you, if I have the time. It's just another way of giving back to the lifestyle we all love so dear.
I will work with the Lifeguards. I will pay the meters at the beach. I will share my wax. In short, I will try not to be so dam hurtful. I will smile more. Even if it hurts my jaw muscles. I will encourage other surfers to catch more waves (away from me). I will point out other peaks down the beach and suggest they surf them, because they will be away from me. OK OK ...I'm losing it here.
Seriously. I will be a better person. I know that life is short and we need to live and surf each day like it's one of our last. Don't put off calling someone you love to tell them you love them. Tell your parents, your husbands and wives, your sons and daughters, tell your girl friends and boy friends that you love them. Tell your pets.
There's nothing wrong with that. Telling someone you care for them. You'll feel better doing it, and they will too.
A non surfing friend of mine passed away on Christmas Day. And it got me thinking. I know we all have friends and relatives who don't surf. My friend John never surfed. He hardly went to the beach. Yet, we were close for many years. He would shake his head at me like I was some kid who never grew up. "You still go surfing?"
It's funny how many non-surfing friends we all have. I mean it's not like this Surfing thing of ours is some great secret or anything. It's not. Yet, I know more people who don't surf, than those that do. I'm sure it's the same for you. Unless you have eliminated all the non surfers out of your lives. Don't get me wrong, I am NOT complaining. I'm just pointing (the obvious) out to you. Again.
to the New England Patriots for another Ass Whooping on the Titans.
Whoa! They looked good. Now it's the Play-off season. Let's see what
they really got.
PIC OF THE YEAR 1978 Stan Bocko by Ed O'Connell
PIC OF THE YEAR Billy Ritchie by John Carden
Somewhere very far from here and from there. Big board, small waves, no
crowds equals BIG FUN.
Meanwhile back Home in New England...