Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Say, “hello,” to my ride for the next few days. She’s a sister to my FZ07 back home. This MT is a nice girl. She hasn’t had someone give her all the bells and whistles. That’s okay, nice girls are still fun. My FZ feels and sounds like a brat in comparison. This bone stock …

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Seeing Signs: Flourish. Whatever the Conditions

Seeing Signs: Flourish. Whatever the Conditions

“Flourish. Whatever the conditions.” File Under: Signs I needed to see. After two years of being drugged into an unrecognizable version of myself on antidepressant, anti-anxiety and sleep medications, I’ve been med-free for a little over a month now. The truth is, I couldn’t stand being a ghost anymore. In the beginning, I wouldn’t have …

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Instagram: January 27, 2020 at 09:20PM

Instagram: January 27, 2020 at 09:20PM

Things I could use: (In no particular order) + A lint roller + Jack Daniels + A hug After a bit of a rocky start this morning, I finally got underway on a road trip. It isn’t uncommon for me to kind of burn the first day getting my sea legs. I left home with …

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NEW: Yarn-Bombed Tree on Long Island (2019)

NEW: Yarn-Bombed Tree on Long Island (2019)

There’s a new yarn-bombed tree on Long Island! The gorgeous crochet-covered tree is on the grounds of the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook. It joins several other yarn-bombed trees on the campus. While I encourage supporting the museum, it is visible without entering. Between the pattern, the coverage, and the vibrancy of the colors, …

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Motorcycles Saved My Life: Stories from the Ledge

Motorcycles Saved My Life: Stories from the Ledge

Seriously. Motorcycles saved my life. Looking back through the darkest moments of adulthood – moments of loss, hopelessness, fear, loneliness… the motorcycle, in one way or another was there to help me find my way to the light. And, in the cases where it wasn’t the motorcycle that helped me directly, it was the people …

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