Yesterday we picked the contractor for our new house. It was such a relief and we felt really good about our decision. So good that we decided to go on a family bike ride. Bill and the younger kids rode to the park while I dropped Caroline off for a school project work session and then came back to meet the others.
There was a fence barring the bike trails. Bill had left a message for me to go around the fence … which I did … but I never saw the “dirt trail” he told me to follow after that.
It was not for lack of trying. I looked, I called … I never found them. So I came home and made a dinner and waited for my hungry crew to come home.
We love a good bike ride and it reminded me that last week I was thinking about tandem bikes. Someone mentioned them to me and I said … “I wrote an article about tandem bikes for Home Life magazine one time.”
It was basically a tandem bike as a metaphor for marriage story. I went and looked on the blog to send this person the link and couldn’t find it anywhere.
I could have sworn that I had posted it once but I guess I didn’t.
But all that is about to change, because I’m posting the link here now …
Bicycle Built for Two
It’s a beautiful day for a ride! I’m even wearing my “I Biked the Golden Gate Bridge” t-shirt (it’s actually a coincidence .. please don’t get the idea that I’m dressing to match my blog because that would just be weird). :)