Life, with some cycling.
Bummer, TOBRemember, there's more fish in the sea...er, boats in the water...er, bikes in the shop...yeah, bikes in the shop.
Joe #2 was clearly NOT WORTHY of you OB. Better to find out sooner rather than later. Take care.p.s. my word verification was jjunk!
eeeesh--sorry to hear it, OB~but I'd love to read a transcript of your parting shots :)verify: ugbscuwz--loosely translated, "ugly scuzz"
But a smart woman knows to run the other way (and then open fire in her blog)!Like c.p. said, there are more bikes in the shop. Hold out for a high-end carbon model.
I'm sorry. And I hope that your heart is not broken. Disappointment is easier to mend.
CP -- not so much a bummer, but moreso a whew, a bizzare, and a Praise Juheezus!Ptelea -- great verification! Definitely better to discover sooner...no broken heart, but lots of relief!Shannon -- I'll consider the parting shots (he really tried to pull-out some stock lines, it was pretty interesting) but truly, I'm not sure which side of sanity these people are on here, so I may just happily go on with cycling...but, there's got to be a way to combine the two....hmmmTim -- there's alot of ammunition yet to pelt, but common decency may get in the way (even though it's undeserved).Ruby -- three weeks isn't long enough for a broken heart...and the situation got really bizarre, so I'm not even disappointed. Now that I've got a bit of distance from it, I'm finding it somewhat fascinating in an odd way (that teacher part of me: behavior, actions, psychology, learning = ???).
Shannon -- by the way, love the "ugly scuzz"!
right on, sistah.and, the pooh ... ewwww.
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