I almost called 911 but saner heads prevailed as the memories of purchasing the Cascade season pass and other bike related "necessities" came into focus. Good lord, I've spent a TON of money, but after doing a quick think it became very clear that my purchases were more than justified, if not to say climacteric. I mean, you can't put a price on happiness and health. (Ok, so the US government and Medicare are trying their best to do just that.) Also, by not driving to work in my car, I am saving the world, doing my bit to stop the ice from melting and drowning us all.
I've also heard that biking makes a person calmer - something that's a work in progress and really I'm not sure biking has that effect on me, but it can't hurt. But for some reason I seem to have become angrier after I started biking. Perhaps that's the bike version of road rage, or maybe it's my body producing rage fuel to keep me pedaling. There's a lot of fuel in anger. True story, famous people.
|In case I have to justify my bike expenses|
|Fatalistic, but still an excellent reason|
Also, now I’m hungry for filo.
To divert my thoughts from filo and spending (too much) money on bikes, here's a story about making beds.
|Bugs, you said?|
Hubby: I’ll give you a dollar to stop talking.
Me: You asked me why the bed was all messy.
Hubby: My bad.