Nothing from the doc yet.
DH and I took our bikes out Saturday and rode around the city. A whole 4 miles..LOL. We stopped off at the LQS and I came home with this:
He really liked the dragonfly pattern and I chose out the fabrics. At JoAnn's I found the shimmery fabric for the wings and picked up the wavy blade to cut the strips. I'd like to keep working on my "Tweets" blocks for now so I don't know when I'll start the this project.
Check out more design walls at Judy's blog
On the cycling part of my life, I found my missing book in the garage. I've been looking for it for a couple of weeks and yesterday I remembered that I took measurements of my bike to check the fitting. I had no idea how complicated cycling really is if you want to go farther than a few miles.
Here's my growing collection:
Most cycling books are racing/training related and I'm way to slow and I don't care about racing anyway. I plug along at 10mph and hope I don't fall off or crash into something along the way. I do have a mountain bike book on my Kindle that is actually really good if you are lucky enough to have mountains nearby.
I suck on mechanics despite the books. I hate dragging my bike up to the shop to have him adjust my brakes or something silly like that. I get the idea, but the couple of times I've tried, I just made the problem worse. At least I get free help for a year. At least you can buy books on fixing a bike unlike the sewing machine trade where it's a huge secret and conspiracy.
I need to clean up my bikes today and see if my Y-11 is out of comission.
I looked at some cold weather clothing yesterday. Somehow the thought of tights down to my ankles makes me feel more embarrased than I do on regular cycling shorts.