After a long wait, revival skate shop finally made its presence online, offering thousands of hardgoods and apparel. Revival skateshop has been a big part of my life the last 8 years of living here in the states. Although I dont live in Lancaster, PA anymore, I still go back to visit and help at the shop with whatever is needed. And to make sure that the shop keeps on going in providing to skateboarding, I now contribute to blogging on the website. Please support us at http://www.revivalskateshop.com/ and sign up as a member to receive promo codes for your purchases.
Before I had my boys, I was never one to frequent the skateboard park.
As I stood at the park today, I realize I was afraid of them because they were an unknown entity. I had a lot of fears as I have gone through my life, but now with mom’s cancer diagnosis, time in the hospital and journey home, these fears are insignificant.
Today, I chose to take my boys to the skateboard park. And not only did I get to see my boys rip around the park in the rain, but God showed me His sovereign love.
God’s love was expressed through the boys freedom to try new things, the grace they give each other when something goes ‘wrong’, and the joy that flows through them as they zip around the park.
I don’t doubt that these words were put down in the bottom of the skateboard ramp…
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AMID the thousands of New Yorkers who walk, bike and run to get around the city, skateboarders are often overlooked. But a fervent bunch use their boards as their primary mode of transportation — and as a strategy for staying fit.
Andrei Hippix, 23, rides four miles in Brooklyn from his apartment in Bensonhurst to his job in real estate sales in Fort Hamilton, and back home again. He also skates to meet friends and do errands.
Written by Shivani Vora.
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