A northern monologue
Good luck with those resolutions, Brenda. But as soon as the snow clears, swap that bike for a real one: you know, one that you ride on rough back-country roads. Don't try keeping the book in hand, though. ;^)
Happy New Year Brenda. About your resolutions, I believe you will do them all, but if you have to, take an extra year, or two.
Thanks, Pete! I'll definitely leave the books at home. This place is forest, lakes, and rock. I have to keep my eyes glued to the trails. I don't need to run my head into another tree.Thanks, Tracy! An extra year or two? Yikes.
Another tree?(Were you following a hiker with 18 boxes of chocolates attached to him/her?)
Ha! It's easily done, A. Since I'm not very good at negotiating tree traffic, I don't stand a chance in a city, as you could probably tell by my street crossing technique last fall in your fair city.
But buildings don't have branches. Mostly. You'd be in more danger from the parking meters.
Ya, I've had my troubles with parking meters too.
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