15 August 2009

Folding bike adventure with mommy





Mommy suggested that I ride bikes with her today to make up for not going to a triathlon this weekend. Since she offers to do anything remotely athletic with me about as often as I wear high heels (that would be never) I couldn't refuse.

Of course, the prospect of a bike ride meant that she stayed in bed extra long this morning, leaving me to try out iPhone blogger apps and take silly pictures of myself for over an hour.




See, toes! In toesie shoesies!




I brought some knitting too.

Anyway, I had to pull out my folding bike since she was going to be riding her ultra-cool tikit. My folder is pretty clunky and slow and she seems to appreciate being on a much faster bike than me. I really should save up and replace a bunch of my bikes with a tikit, but for now I can drool over hers.




Our bikes are cute. Mine's the green one.




Any bike adventure with mommy needs at least one food stop. We turned around after lunch and she came back via my house to see the fuzzy babies and decided to leave her bike with me rather than taking it back to her office, where she stores it instead of hauling it up all the stairs at her apartment. The great part about the tikit having a sleepover at my house is that she has to come back tomorrow and ride with me again!

Thanks, mommy!

-- All spelling errors and bad ideas are from typing this with my thumbs on my phone.

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