“Life is like riding a bicycle.
To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
Not to worry, Albert…I’m moving:
To work, to home, to the grocery store, to visit mom, to church, to yoga and the gym, and various other locations.
Work, home, shopping; work, home, mom; work, home, church; work, home, gym; work, home, paying bills; work, home, feeding cats; work, home, cooking and laundry; work, home, whatever.
But I’m not on my bike.
Just like life, I want to balance on the bike.
Not with one foot on the seat, but with two feet on the pedals. Feeling the breeze and warm sun on my face. Traveling 20 miles through green, leafy trees, over crushed stone and smooth blacktop. Working up a sweat and not wearing long underwear and wool socks.
If spring comes early, I could be riding the orange Kona again in less than three months.
Up and down hills, straight as an arrow, or zig-zagging around obstacles.
No snow or cold.
Big-ass smile on my face.
Because life IS about balancing on a bike.
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