Monthly Archives: June 2008

Metaphor

No matter what kind of ride you’re on — road or mountain, a couple hours or an all-day epic — there comes a point where you start looking forward to the finish. If you’ve ...

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Vaguely Familiar

You know that when the doctor calls you back the same day they do the MRI, he’s not going to say something very happy. Susan’s pubic bone is cracked. Her right hip socket (i.e., the ...

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What Passes for Normal

I know a lot of people want to know how Susan’s doing, and most of you don’t want to wait until I finish writing my story about the TriathAlon to find out. Plus, the two stories ...

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3 Good Things

A few really good things have happened in the past few days. I’ve been sitting at my keyboard for five minutes (the absolute maximum amount of time I ever spend thinking about what ...

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Fight Cancer, Win a Dream Bike

UPDATE: New information below about the components for this bike. Hint: You are going to drool all over your keyboard. I’ve been busting at the seams for about two days, wanting to talk ...

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Hosed

Hosed Originally uploaded by Fat Cyclist. I was planning to spend my lunch hour writing about some exciying developments and details for next weekend’s Triathalon. But my computer is dead. ...

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