Okay, so this is realistic, right? The United States of America consists of 3.8 million miles. The distance from Atlanta to New York for my dad’s 90th birthday next April would be 893 miles. From […]
The new issue of my BikeBloom newsletter was just published on Medium. This is an excerpt. See the full 4-minute-read (and previous issues) here. Side note: The photo at the top of this post is […]
To be home; It’s a lot. Familiar, but not. All the same; So much change. Comfortable, but strange. In my space. Yet out of place. Practicing grace. (Poem at the Speed of Bike today in […]
I’ve painted my bikes. My rollerskates. My helmet. It’s my trademark. And now it’s my logo.
“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.” — Goethe My current job ends in October. I’m turning down job opportunities left and right. No, […]
It’s Figs right now. It’ll be Muscadines in September and then Native Persimmons, followed by Pomegranates. These are seasons as a bike-riding public-fruit-forager. They punctuate and dictate my rides and routes. They refresh and replenish. […]
They say God used up all the glitter in the craft closet the day passionflowers were created. My daughters and I discovered them years ago. There’s a story about them in my book, Food for […]
BikeBloom casual rides coming soon to cities across the USA? Stay tuned! In the meantime, join me Wednesday, July 27th for a FREE 2-mile casual bike ride, specifically designed for women and girls (who are […]