Deaf adventurer – Clyde

His arms were flaying, his feet were stomping and his body gyrated rhythmically as he danced passionately to the silent reggae music. I was at a St. Lucian ‘jump-up’ and I’d just met Clyde. We quickly became good friends and he became a regular visitor to my home at Tapion School. He was a peaceContinue reading “Deaf adventurer – Clyde”