Sunday, March 21, 2010

Bicycle Built for Two: the "Life" Part of "Half Baked"

Spring has arrived in NJ.  I have no beautiful food pictures today, because we spent the weekend clearing out the garden (digging for worms, really), coaxing the raspberry canes out of where the arugula will be, fixing up the barn, egg hunting, running, attending a silent auction for our new charter school focused on sustainability (where I won 10 classes to the yoga studio I frequent--hooray!) and trying out Ian's new "ukacycle" (his word, not ours).

Now, before you scold me ... yes, we do make him wear a helmet.  This was a "test run" of about ten feet, to make sure that he was actually going to be able to balance on the thing, and that I was not going to topple over.  But what I really wanted to say is: right here ... this -- all of this -- is joy.  Every day should be this amazing.  Then again, if they were all like this, maybe we'd never know just how amazing they are.
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  1. Secondary infertility is just as hard as infertility associated with getting your first. I wish people realized that, and especially anyone who has or is going through IF. Honestly, I think secondary is harder because at this point, you know EXACTLY what you aren't getting. You know EXACTLY what you are missing.

    I am sorry you are on this journey, but hope that it is short-lived.


  2. What a great ukacycle ! Looks like it's so fun !

  3. Congratulations on winning the yoga classes. The ukacycle is awesome. How fun!

    Happy ICLW

  4. Awesome bike! Man I wish they had something like this when I was a kid.

    Liddy from
    No. 144: the unfair struggle (male-factor, speedskating, life)

  5. I love it! I cycled a lot before Lady G was born, and I can't wait until she's old enough to have fun on a bike with her mum just like this! ICLW

  6. Haha!! It is so funny and adorable! Sooo ready for some warmer weather to enjoy bikerides!


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