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bike as a means of (spiritual) movement.

i've been in a funky mood.

i haven't been sleeping

i'm always hungry, but have no appetite.

must be mercury in retrograde.

so tonight, after spending hours doing nothing but cleaning tables (which often feels more like an exercise in how many times i can allow my bottom to be put in a compromising position {all the crouching, bending over, and stretching} yes, again, the parent's are so proud), i reminded myself again and again and again that "all great deeds and all great thoughts have ridiculous beginnings".

and then, in an attempt to cheer myself, i took to folding and unfolding my bike over and over and over again.

gotta practice for tomorrow's inaugural ride. 


Jayne said...

haha, that's gotta be the cutest bike i've ever seen!

buck up, meg! don't let the Bad Day Man get you down. ;)

AbbieBabble said...

If I had a bike like that, I'd fold it and unfold it too!

Olivia Rae said...

oooh so exciting! i can't wait to hear about it... i love love love biking.

and your bike is SO awesome.

Hanako66 said...

woohoo...good luck!

Brittany said...

look at how great your bike is! let us know how the first ride goes, yeah? have a beautiful weekend.

Ash said...

Bike riding is the best feeling. Enjoy on your fantastic bike!

Miss MyKelle J said...

fold up bike= awesome! Oh and my mom always tries to talk to me about things on my blog... I feel the same way you do, if I want to talk about it I will... otherwise don't ask, lol

p.s. thanks for visiting my blog. I am in the denver area. It really is a great part of the country :) I love your blog by the way!