Rich had his Intense 10 years. This Intense Sniper is at the top of my wishlist. But there's also BMC Agonist, Pivot, Santa Cruz, etc.
It may seem we don’t have much in common. My husband is a retired firefighter; self-reliant, detail oriented, and sensible. I am retired military from a TBI, and an artist since then, spontaneous and somewhat scattered. We both recently had one more stint of working, him with a rappelling company guiding people over waterfalls and … Continue reading Introduction
"Who does that?" a glass artist friend asked me, laughing. "Who writes a memoir before they are famous?" I had mentioned to him I was spending my time writing a memoir with poetry. Its been quite an unusual journey, growing up a tomboy, becoming a foster kid, then joining the Navy, where I was seriously … Continue reading About the Author
When I was in Ohio, I needed a service dog to give me some structure and routine. I also wanted to feel more comfortable mt biking alone, so I trained her from a puppy to run with the bike. Her face looks like an Oreo, so I named her Cooke, after an Australian bike racer … Continue reading My Dog Cooke
Have you heard of these kids? This is only two generations ago, what a different world we live in now. Now they would have been put in Juvie, and their parents would have been arrested.
I had a huge wake-up call a couple days ago. My memory is notoriously unreliable, which can make me get seriously scattered and stressed. This is a side effect of TBI which took a while for my husband to get used to. Things needs to be organized just so, so I have to keep things … Continue reading Doing the Tourist Thing- shopping for dakine
No need to reinvent the wheel like I did in my book, tracing the origin of the English word across the pond to Sweden, verified by the arrival of identical petroglyphs at the same time. I started with a Lentil pasta meal kit that has 20 grams of protein, then augmented it with dehydrated veggies … Continue reading Parmesan Lentil Pasta With Augmented Real Veggies