Thursday, April 16, 2009
We had a beautiful day for Matt's run. We actually had a huge turn out. There were over 300 people that turned out and about 100 bikes. My friends Kenny and Valerie had the honor of riding his bike. His mom showed up at the end and had words to say that even made the baddest biker cry. We raised a little over $8,000 for his twin daughters. It was a great day of fellowship, and catching up with people we haven't seen since last summer.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Well, I just got word I have o do a hell of a lot of cooking for the run on the 11th. I always make 4 dozen deviled eggs, but now I have to make 8. Then me and Star are going to make some white chili, and a pot of bean soup. That doesn't count the tater salad, pasta salad, macaroni salad, green bean casserole, cheesecake, and other cakes. Then that day we get to grill steaks, chicken, and pork chops. I knew there would be a lot of people coming, but I sure didn't expect this many. (Which is over 400 bikers!!) Bulldozer wasn't in the club, but many people loved him very much. He is truly missed. All the money we raise will go directly to his twin daughters, who are only 13 years old. We've made arrangements for someone to ride his bike and take the girls with us so they can ride their dads bike one last time. So the turn out expected right now is already double what we planned for. That rocks!!
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
learn how to ride a motorcycle
Because I love to ride!!!
Hike the Appalacian Trail
Our country is beautiful, I want to see things you can't see from a car window.
There are so many places I would love to go
visit the other parts of our world
to see things from a different perspective
I used to have a pet raccoon. He was a lot of fun. Very protective though. We had him stuffed after he bit the insurance man on the leg. LOL He thought he was a person. He could let himself into the house, he got bacon and eggs every morning, and had his own place at the dinner table.
I am stuck in the city and I'm no city slicker. I can't wait to get back out to the country. I need space for my dog to run, my kids to run and myself. I miss bonfires and being able to see the stars at night.