he heard the crash of the largest wave of the day,
his head turned toward the ocean and he watched
in horror as the water raced up the shore, higher
than ever before. He thought his castle was saved
as the water stopped inches short of his creation.
Suddenly he saw the second swell cresting the rise
in the beach and rolling back down toward the ocean.
His eyes swelled with tears as his cherished sand
castle was destroyed by the water returning to the
ocean. His hours of work disappearing in moments.
The child cried, and cried, and cried, and promised
never to go to the beach again.
like a great beginning to the story of "Sand
Man" Jay, however, I made it all up. I am waiting
for Jay to write something for this page. He has
not, I needed something.
have known Jay for over 25 years and am amazed by
his sand creations. His work needed a home. Outside
of pictures and memories all he has to show for
his time and creativity is a sunburn and lots of
hope you appreciate Jay's work as much as I do.
He takes requests, give him a call or send an email