Breaking Away

March 27th, 2012


It takes me a day to find my groove once the kids go back to school after a weekend. After an extended break from our usual routine, it takes at least two.  Maybe three. This beautiful spring weather isn’t helping.

And an accomplice just showed with a getaway vehicle–a very fast, barely used bicycle for me to call my own.

I don’t think I’ve been on a bike in twenty years. Is it true, it all comes back to you? Like riding a bicycle?

Let’s hope.

Meantime, I’m pleased to tell you that Blogher picked up my recent post,  The Book is Not the End Game  for syndication over the weekend. The commentary on the original piece has been so smart and insightful. If you missed it here, why not read it and pick up the conversation over there?

More when I find my desk again, or skin my knees, whichever comes first.


One Response to “Breaking Away”

  1. Newfie_girl says:

    yeah, it pretty much does…after the first wobbly few minutes! I first got back on a bike about 10 years ago, so I could go with my girl when she learned to ride a bike. It was a little sketchy at first, but I soon got the hang of it again. Go for it, and enjoy the ride. 🙂

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