You’ll probably get to know me in waves.
The first wave is decently calm, only slightly pushing the sand up the shore.
The second wave gets a little more intense, disrupting the life underneith, digging holes in the sides of the rocks that dress the shore.
The third wave, now thats where things get intense. The third wave will crash so hard that what was once a shore will become a desolate waste land. Littered with debris and the life that once thrived there. Now, the third wave doesn’t come often and honestly, when it does the only thing that is truly affected is the first wave.
Over time the first wave will become smaller, less noticable. You will barely see it up close and you will never see it from afar. Soon, all that will be left is disruption and desolation.
This blog is to prevent that from happening.
This blog is to calm the waves.
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