It’s easy to take things for granted in life, and Thanksgiving is the North American Holiday to give thanks and realize what you’ve got in life.
These last few months have been sort of a whirlwind for me, and while I’ve been busier than ever I’ve been able to finally do some of the things that really make me happy. Riding in another country (hopefully many others soon to come), road tripping through the West Coast up the 101, moving to SoCal and riding in the sunshine. In other words, today I’m really really thankful.
Wow, can I ask how many hours that took?! You’re a trooper, and thank you so much for the kind note and support.
Definitely this one, "Motorcycles Saved my Life."
Aw, wow! What an awesome gift to get out of the blue! You are a very lucky woman… give that man a high five for me!
Thank you for writing… I’m glad I can help stir up some of that motorcycling passion for you. One way to do it yourself is to ride more, though. :) Go for a ride the way you feel comfortable… even if just around your neighborhood sometimes. When I first got my bike, I’d go for five mile jaunts after I got home for work since something longer was not an option.
Firstly… thanks for writing!
A) Tumblr ask form doesn’t allow you to include links, but you can always use the submit page… then you can your email or whathaveyou. Or you could leave a comment on any of the pages with a plethora of logins (disqus, facebook, etc). Or you can email me… just delete the spaces out of this address and bam -> alicia @ themotolady.com
B) I am aware of pinterest, though I have not used it very much. Mostly because I’ve already got about 800 other sites I use and don’t know if it does anything different than the others.
On that note- MotoLady is actually going to be released on it’s own platform soon enough, so you won’t have to worry about the limits of Tumblr!
I have no intent of stopping, and always welcome feedback… so again, thank you for writing!
So sweet! Wow, thank you! The world needs more people who’ve been on 2 wheels since they can remember! Thanks again for the feedback, and feel free to submit content. :)