Hi all! Sorry this has been so slow in coming. Things have been both good and bad here. But enough of that! The last time I was on here I spent about three hours trying to get a blog entry on that has since been lost to cyberspace. The basic gist was I got to take my bike out the second week of January. Which is a good thing but I got a few added bonuses. I got the bike out of the shed on my own (a major task as both our bikes are in a very small space and a few feet off the ground). Got
This past October we were fortunate enough to be invited to judge a Bike Show at the Sanford Bike Fest! I was ecstatic that they thought of us to help with the show. The Ribbon Riders Inc are a Non-Profit Organization that helps local surviors of Breast Cancer. So when they contacted us I was humbled and immediatley said yes! Here is an article that a very good friend wrote about the experience!!!
A lot has happened since my last happy blog. Things went bad but have since begun a steady upward trend. There is no snow on the ground up here but it is a bitter cold. I find myself at a loss as to how to relax without my bike. If things got bad I'd throw a leg over and just go. Even if it was just for 30 minutes or so it blew out the cobwebs so I could think again. Now I can't seem to find focus and it all seems to be pushing in on me.
People who don't ride, for the most part, don't
So the husband and I decided that we needed to take the bikes out for a good long run! 60+ degrees and sunny! What's not to love? So we threw on our gear and headed out to Pearl's for brunch (a local Cajun restaraunt) and a ride thru the countryside! Brunch was awesome, as always, and we chit chatted with an other couple out for a ride from Mesick. TONS of bikes out today! It was great to see everyone!
My husband and I haven't ridden together in a few weeks so I surprised him
can't figure out how to do anything on here and I don't ride a friggen bicycle