what's your favorite place on this earth? a place that takes your worries away, or you feel most comfortable in, and never want to leave, and spend your remaining days in. ive seen your mammoth, and montana pics is in the random pics thread, and they like looked like beautiful places.
what's your favorite place on this earth? a place that takes your worries away, or you feel most comfortable in, and never want to leave. ive seen your mammoth, and montana pics is in the random pics thread, and they like looked like beautiful places.
I've got many, but whenever I'm stressed or sad I take myself to my happy place. It is a pathway behind a hostel in Copenhagen. It winds through green meadows and along a waterway. You can hear the gentle lapping of the water against boats. The sun is setting and the heat of the day is just beginning to slip away.
Well, I'm heading to bed. Pixie officially takes over tomorrow, but she won't be able to get to us until after 6. (Jobs, schmobs.) So, I'll take more questions until she's available or make sure you address your questions to her.
I've had a blast and hope I have enlightened and entertained.
Girls for sure, most boys at 13 are still rather immature and squirly. The girls are far more controlled and able to listen and absorb.
Thanks, Algunz! By remaining in control as I read and absorbed your responses to several of the questions asked, I've come to the conclusion that some boys remain immature and squirly well into their 20's, don't they? *snicker* Before you dismiss this class, I have one final question... If you could be "moderator for a day" around here, what would be the first change or rule you'd make for this message board?
And, pixiessp...As the new BMOTW, you've also been granted the title of "Moderator for a Day."... What would be the first change or rule that you'd make to this message board?
My bike gives me freedom, strength, and takes me places I otherwise probably would never go to or be able to get to by foot. It's also one of the many things that keeps my husband and I together. His love of bikes inspires me and now with the tandem it has taught us better communication and trust. Two extremely important qualities in a healthy relationship.
Boy that sounds cheesy.
I've been riding for about 15 years. I would still consider myself an intermediate rider though. Some of the shit my husband and his friends take on are just fucking crazy.
Yeah, I'll give in to going even if I don't want to when Jim wants to go or we have a group of friends. I always turn a corner though part of the way through the ride and recognize that I'd rather be on the bike than sitting in my house watching TV or on this damn message board.
One big thing with bikes that I look forward to is when Izzy is big enough to ride with us. That's gonna be awesome!!!