Well, I’m healing up alright. My knee is finally strong enough to trust it. It rained almost every day since I slammed, so I didn’t actually lose time to the injury. Decent little silver lining, eh? Now that I’m mobile again, I have to start arranging days to film some street skating. I lined up the best locals I know, so I’m looking forward to it. If you dig the idea of being featured, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I’ve almost got the first big batch of products ready for my web-store, and Lucas is making great progress on the Brazilian side of things. I think I mentioned before that he has an interview coming up with the country’s biggest television broadcaster, to talk about our work helping underprivileged people across the globe get involved in the skateboarding community/industry. If anyone wants to help support the cause, a small monthly pledge to our patreon would go a long ways toward expanding our efforts. The first tier is only two dollars a month ($24 CAD for a whole year). It would cover some of the cost of things like heat transfer vinyl, shirts and other products, as well as payments to skaters, like Lucas. If you can’t, I understand, and ask only that you consider sharing the page with others instead. Thanks as always for reading. I hope you’re doing well, and staying healthy.