If I had unlimited time in a day I would start out at the farmer's market, hit the gym, stop by the local coffee shop, take a quick spin on my motorcycle out into the country, go on an art tour, hit some golf balls, plants some annuals, go to a wine tasting, buy some new
shoes, cook dinner for a bunch of friends and family and hang out by the fire. I attribute all of this to how I was raised and the fact that I have a really hard time sitting still! Living on a small farm in southeastern Minnesota, we grew our own food, raised animals and used our imaginations to fill our days. To this date I have a hard time cooking anything that comes out of a box and I eat breakfast everyday!
In 2002 my husband, Terry and I moved to Arizona and of course, riding became a big part of our lives. We got involved with a local HOG group and met many fabulous people who are now dear friends of ours. Many of the riders are women, which I thought was great as I didn't know many women riders in Minnesota! About a year later Terry started working in Minnesota and was traveling back and forth between Minnesota and Arizona. I guess I just got tired of waiting for him to come home to "haul my butt" around on the back of his bike. All of my friends would be out on a ride and I sat home (or hoped I would have a seat on the back of someone else's bike!). It didn't take long for me to get my license and bike!
The cutest thing now is how Terry will tell people how he sometimes misses me "blabbing" in his ear while riding on the back with him as I tell them how I love riding my own bike!
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