*disclaimer: I’m way behind on blog posts, so stay tuned on the things that go between this and the Pacific Northwest bike trip! I have not forgotten… It was May 1st, my last day at work, the day before my birthday and the only real plan I had was to take time off with the … More It started with a little bit of fear
The BEFORE the trip and first night in Vancouver debacles part. Hello again everyone! After open micing (yes, that’s a word…in the Danielasaurus) my heart out in early July, I went off to break-in my dear Avocado in the great Pacific Northwest! Andrew and I ventured together on our first touring trip together and his first … More I’m back from the Pacific Northwest. Here’s the recap: PART 1
See how I faced my fear of playing the ukulele and singing at an open mic…”The point is to do it.” Taryn told me as we headed to The Burren an hour before we were scheduled to go on stage. That is exactly right! Right when she said those words, I felt a little more at ease. This is an open mic night after all. No one is paying to see me play. Most of the people in the crowd are either playing as well or they are there to support their friends who are playing, so it’s a very supportive atmosphere. Whew! I was still nervous, but feeling pumped too. … More Open mic night: check!…I crossed another one off the list
I love bikes. They are mankind’s best invention, so I decided I wanted to get to know bicycles on a deeper level…by building one! … More I shall call her “Avocado”
The time came when it was more painful to stay than the fear of the unknown by leaving…so I left. … More Knowing when it is time to move on
@artebycharlotte I’m inspired by people every day. Every month I am honoring someone in my life that deserves a shout out for being not only an incredible human being in general, but for inspiring me to be better human being.
I learned how to build my own bike wheels with the encouragement and support of those around me. … More Wheel-building accomplished! Phase 1