My friend Jon (who was a Today’s Nice Stranger when I originally met him on Atlanta’s Edgewood Avenue — here’s that story) took a metaphoric Leap of Faith when he gave me a bike he found […]
OMG, folks, since officially starting my service as Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor just 22 days ago on November 1, my floodgates have flown open and positive stories are exploding in my email box and beyond. […]
It is my birthday weekend, and I am grateful to be alive. I am more committed than ever in my belief that we can make things better, even if that currently requires daily leaps of […]
Yesterday found me with a little time to explore while waiting for my mom (whom I drive to a doctor appointment every few weeks) since I can’t go in to the doctor’s office during this […]
God is funny. He turned my life upside down and had me Traveling at the Speed of Bike every single day for the last five years for reasons I didn’t know. So much good has […]
My morning prayer is the same each day. It comes early, at the first birdsong and who, who, who of that owl that forces me to face my personal power. (“If not me, whooooo?”I hear […]
As I say often: There will be a day I can no longer do this. Today is not that day. Keep taking leaps of faith, folks.
I started yesterday morning with a Leap of Faith at sunrise in the fog in a nearby cemetery where I ride my bike frequently, however grim that may seem. I go there (and other cemeteries) […]