I’m a beach boy, so to speak, in the heart of Jamaica Beach.
My days are spent working on the beach, often at the end of the day when the waves are high, and I’m happy to have a good time.
But when it comes to my job, I’m more concerned with the weather.
The current weather has made it harder for me to do what I love: surfing.
I’ve been surfing for 30 years, and as I get older, it’s become increasingly difficult for me and my family to make it home from the beach each night.
I’m not sure how long I’ll be able to continue surfing, but I don’t want to stop.
Last year, I made a pilgrimage to the beach with my father, who’s a member of the Caribbean Islands National Association of Surfers (CAOS), to make sure we could do it again next year.
We got up early and started surfing, and we were happy to see how good it was.
I don, however, have the money for a surfboard.
My father, a businessman who lives in Jamaica, has always supported me, and he wanted to be able as a father to see my son succeed.
So he’s made a donation to the CAOS and will help me get my surfboard to the end.
The CAOS has set up a fundraising page, which I’m also able to contribute to.
The goal is $10,000, which is an incredible amount of money for surfing.
Since I have to travel to Jamaica, my father will be able visit me at the beach every night, which will be really helpful for me.
When I was younger, my dad would go to the Jamaica Beach area every year and bring me my surfboards.
This year, he’s not there, so I’ll have to go to Jamaica alone to see him.
This will be a great way to show my father that I’m able to do this again.
He can tell me how much he’s missed it.
I’ll also be able show him that my surfing is still something that I love to do, that I want to be a part of.
I know that I’ll make it back home in the evening, and then we can get some more surfing and hopefully we can make it to Jamaica again.