This morning there was glorious sunny weather but I couldn't get organized enough to get out of the house before Jack had his nap. Of course, by the time he woke up the clouds had rolled in and rain looked certain. I was in such a hurry that I didn't check my departure shot and it came out blurry...
So here we have a picture of me when I was absolutely feeling at my worst. My whole body seemed to be hurting and I was totally wishing I was at home. I thought I'd take a picture, so I could remember how horrible I felt and then maybe it would remind me that these times do pass.
I decided to "just see if I could go a bit further" and then a little "further"...what I thought was going to be my shortest ride of the month, turned into just under 4 miles, which isn't much at all, but better than what I expected.
I'm not sure if we're all fighting off a bug, energy is at an all time low in the entire household. Even Jack has been pretty sedate, not that I'm complaining about that.
He enjoyed the ride, we took the little trail through the wetlands and saw some ducklings.
I cut back to the main road via the alleys behind the cookie cutter houses. I was a little blown away by the garages, they had a kind of Pleasant-ville feeling about them, and I wondered how their owners knew them apart.
This was certainly one of those trips that turned out better than I had anticipated. We didn't get rained on either!
Kyle made this video for me late last night, it's from Saturday's ride and we had a lovely time, enjoy!
I signed up for the National Bike Challenge! There is a link for it at the top right of the blog- check it out!