Monthly Archives: January 2009
Can you say granny gears? Wow! I think my son has gained some weight since November! Today, I finally got my geared bike back in riding condition, which means I could tow DD to the Top of MT Vision again. … Continue reading
You are not given a dream without the means to make it come true.
She loves me. She really does. Why else would she bless me with such an amazing day. It is the 17th of January and it must have been 80 degrees when I reached the top Of Vision today. With a … Continue reading
WHY I RIDE A BIKE by Heather Sellers Every single time I get on my bike, I feel two things: younger, wiser. Cycling is childhood perfected. For a long, long time, I forgot about bikes. I was married to a … Continue reading
“Let me tell you what I think of bicycling. I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives women a feeling of freedom and self—reliance. I stand and rejoice every time I … Continue reading
Here I am, looking at 2009 humbly. I ask myself honestly, do I have what it takes to accomplish my mission with My Alibi? Can I really inspire more women in America to leave their cars in the driveway and … Continue reading
You don’t dance to get across the dance floor, don’t race to get across the finish line.