Bravo for Body Boarding

Disability.  For me this is just a word that means I have to work harder to find ways around things.

So when I watch my sisters body boarding I am sure we can find a way for me to do it too.  Thankfully I am surrounded by family as determined as I am; so with my mother carrying the oxygen, my godfather carrying the body board and my parents between them carrying me, we parade down the beach.  Feeling the waves is exhilarating; riding the crest of nature’s force I experience a strong connection with our creator God.  And it’s fun.  Really fun.  When we make our way back to our spot on the beach, the adults tired and relieved I use my spelling board to say, “that was wonderful, let’s do it again tomorrow.”

 

     

8 thoughts on “Bravo for Body Boarding

  1. So thrilled to see you have been body boarding. I was doing the same in Cornwall yesterday. Isn’t it the most exhilarating thing?

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  2. I really like your definition of disability Jonathan
    “Disability. For me this is just a word that means I have to work harder to find ways around things.”
    So glad you got to enjoy body boarding on your holiday. Did you have another go the next day? Hope so 🙂

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  4. My son who is in Malmesbury School showed me the leaflet about you…so I decided to have a look at your blog. Great to see you enjoying the beach 🙂

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