Spent my Sunday playing in the waves and getting major skin damage [my buttocks and lower back got nailed by the sun.] Thankfully, that handy-dandy shirt I’m wearing helped protect the rest of my body courtesy of good ol’ Quality Peoples..
I’ve been following their well-curated blog for some time and was absolutely thrilled when I visited their site one day to find a full-fledged website. I thought I was pretty done with t-shirts [due partly to age maybe] and was trying to phase all the poorly designed t-shirts out of my closet. But Quality Peoples definitely makes t-shirts cool again. And I want to start wearing t-shirts again! Those guys are rad. QP.. you guys are rad!!
Anyway, a while ago I talked about my love for nose-perching, gracefully sliding women on logs. I’ve been trying my knack at it.. practicing.. trying to perfect my skill. But I firmly believe I look like a caveman when I surf. The photos verify it. And so I’ve decided the art of surfing will probably be a lifelong pursuit for me [as it is probably such for most people].. style being the most important. Because you can surf all you want but if you don’t possess style and grace you’ll look like a banshee every time you’re on a wave. But I don’t mind. It’s not such a bad thing to put all your energy in to and strive for.
Surfing is pretty amazing for all that it is. It’s a sport and an art and a lifestyle. It’s such a critical part of my life that I cannot imagine living a life without the sea and the waves. I feel so incredibly blessed to be able to partake in such a beautiful thing.
And I want to sunday slide every sunday!