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. . .I have to admit, I fell for a musician who was a cycling enthusiast. We shared the road for quite awhile ;^). Happy Sunday, everyone!
It happens. MB
Nice quote! But I have to correct one little detail...it's "Grateful" not "Greatful".
funny capture. good eye. I really liked your moon shot with the needle. EPIC!
Love the shot. You can even make the back end of a bus look good.
MB, It's those bike shorts :-).Anon., thank you so much. Please let me know where I can start sending you those copy editor fees :-).Julie, That ad campaign should catch a bit of attention for the cause. And, thank you!Brattcat, ROTFLMHO! You are so funny. Thank you. -Kim
Yeah, spandex doesn't lie does it?Good one Kim.
Oh fabulous. Love that this is quoted here. And for the little bit of autobiography! Snap, I lived with a guitarist once...several lifetimes ago.
Cute...didn't know bikes attracted girls. I thought/think dogs are a good way to meet people!
Maybe its just that guitars don't work either. And I speak as a cyclist and a more-years-that-I-care-to-remember-wannabe guitarist too. David Byrne is a pretty enthusiastic cyclist, too. http://citizenrider.blogspot.com/2009/06/talking-head-for-cycling.html
saw this today. thought it was a brilliant ad campaign. true and clever and oh so subtly green. http://www.theadventureschool.com/category/blog/
Hi Kim,Thanks for sharing this nice captured quote. You always find interesting points about your city.
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