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Bike Rider Lives!!!

Hey everybody, Been a while right? I know, I know…my bad. It’s how long since I made a good ol’ Ash post? In my defence, my head has a bit quite cloudy as of late, anxiety has really pushed my writing close to a stalemate. My only saving grace has been the project I started […]

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Journal Entry # 22 – Happiness is a Butterfly

Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. – Nathaniel Hawthorne

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Journal Entry # 21 – To the sunshine!

“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.” – Helen Keller

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Journal Entry # 16 – Get away to refill…

“People empty me. I have to get away to refill”                                                            – Charles Burkowski

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Journal Entry # 15 – Ride!

“Ride as much or as little, as long or as short as you feel. But ride” – Eddy Merckx

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Journal Entry # 7 – Health is Wealth

Today… Health is wealth…balance your ledger!!

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Journal Entry # 3 – Screen Time

Today… ‘Screen time is unavoidable really, but still very much controllable. Sometimes you need to unplug…to recharge.’    

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Bike Rider Rides Again

Bike rider rides again, the air was fresh, I had a few hours before sunset and I was completely under-dressed, brrr it was cold at first. No excuses, I’ve neglected my bike for far too long lately, I couldn’t take it anymore, I  was going no matter what.  My sights were set on downtown, I […]

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The Rain Made Me Do It

I surveil the abstract of rain drops as they slither the outside pane, it’s journey, merely a moment in time. Each tiny drop, they dazzle like fireworks synchronizing with my deluge of thoughts now cached from a once juvenile me. I beam with the sound of the pitter-patter, the torrent tone lulls me to a […]

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Bike Rider

What a day!!!, and I took full advantage of it. Today was another holiday Monday so I was eager to hit the trails early and see where two tires could take me. I had a quick breakfast, greased up the bike and boom, out the door, nothing but the warm sun and dusty trails in […]

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