Any and all of it was great fun, and is recommended.
Our travels are mostly documented in the archives of this blog, which I began in 2011.
But I was surprised not only at how ‘normal’ these people were, but how good-looking, too — though maybe that was the candlelight.
More reassuring was how relaxed everyone was — after all, we were all just here to meet someone with shared interests, there was nothing strange about it.
I'd probably be better off somewhere the lousy weather would keep my happiness in check, and where I could hire myself out as a freelance flat repair technician: Kerbi's not slated to launch until March, but the idea is simple. Between that and the too-short rear derailleur housing it's a wonder the bike shifts at all. Well, sure, I suppose life can be that easy if you're the sort of free-spirited person who does stuff like moving to other places "just because." I, however, have never been one of those people, which is why I don't live in California.Another commenter had this to say: Old-timer said... See, your surroundings are a reflection of your inner nature, and my inner nature is cold and irritable.When you have been on as many dates as I have, there are lots of things you dread.Spending three hours downwind of someone’s halitosis, hearing about their ex and wondering whether that a boil, a mole or worse on the end of their nose can all be terrifying events, but one thing that used to really make my heart sink on a date has two wheels and a seat just for one.