Monthly Archives: March 2012
Last week, I was invited by my client to go out for dinner after work, so I decided to wear something a little more festive–i.e. not another boring suit.
I don’t know about you, but when I see my own pedaling bicycle shadow as I ride to work, I am completely captivated. Just as I do in the mirror (I guess it is the wannabe ballerina in me), I … Continue reading
I had previously posted about my experience with desert storms: the slightest winds in Arizona caused sand particles to become airborne and make their way into my eyes.
With my home-base being Atlanta, Georgia, and my client being in Phoenix, Arizona, I am typically on the road four-to-five days per week. It must come as no surprise that I have picked up a couple of tricks on efficient … Continue reading
This past St. Paddy’s day, no, I did not drink green beer. I did however don a bright green shirt and enjoyed the great, green, outdoors of Atlanta on my bicycle, Belle.
Much to my relief, Clarice survived her ‘surgery‘ at Portapedal Bike.
I was cycling along Piedmont Avenue in Atlanta one day, and happened upon the most striking pink scooter. Belle, my custom Rivendell mixte, hates to miss a photo op, especially when she so closely resembles another vehicle; she therefore decided … Continue reading
Clarice, my Brompton bicycle, was not keeping too well last week. As I pedaled to work, I noticed strange clicking sounds, and a general difficulty to shift, pedal, and fold her up smoothly. Luckily, Portapedal Bike, the shop from which … Continue reading
Today’s Arizona commute started out in a rather eventful manner. I actually remembered to pack my pant leg straps this week, so I set off looking a little less ridiculous than I do while utilizing the scrunchie trick.
Some people wear their emotions on their sleeves. Others, like myself, wear their passions on their wrists. I’m referring to the cute little bicycle charm I received for Valentines Day!