Sunday, May 23, 2010

Body & Soul magazine bicycle feature
























Have you checked out the latest issue of Body & Soul magazine? There is an entire section on cycling. I thought it was really well done.

Some of it can be viewed on the web at:
http://www.wholeliving.com/ or purchase the magazine at your local store.


Photo is from www.wholeliving.com

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Check Out "The Green Riders"

http://thegreenriders.blogspot.com/

Catherine and Oliver Bock are setting off on a journey across America on electric bicycles. Their two month adventure will depart from California on April 22, 2010 (Today. Earth Day). The brother and sister team are explorers focused on discovering sustainability heroes all across the country. Follow this blog and join the adventure.


The information posted above is from their blog. It will be exciting to follow their adventure and you can follow along too by clicking the link provided at the top.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Roll: Columbus Ohio



These are some snapshots that I took yesterday at Roll: located in the Easton Town Center in Columbus,Ohio.
The weather was perfect yesterday (in the low 80's) so it was a great day for shopping at Easton Town Center. For some reason, I never realized there was a bike shop at the mall. Roll: has some awesome bikes, clothing (for men and women) and accessories. The staff was extremely helpful and it was a great experience. You can find them online at http://www.roll-online.com/ or at Easton Town Center, 3950 Townsfair Way, Columbus,Ohio (614) 858-0390.
They also have another store at Polaris and coming soon...a Lane Ave shop. Check out the web site for more info.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Welcome Spring

Posted by Picasa The sun is shining, flowers are starting to bloom and it's time to get the bikes back out. Agatha (my vintage Hercules 3-speed) made her debut last week for a short ride around the neighborhood. Today is beautiful so I'll take a quick ride before work. I am so ready. Hibernation season is over...finally. Also can't wait to catch up on all the blogs...the great photos and posts. I've missed reading about everyone's cycling adventures.
This photo was taken at Paradise Garage in Columbus,Ohio.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Bicycle Necklace

I couldn't resist this necklace. Mom bought it for me as an early Christmas present. It's a great momento of a fun day spent with my mom.


You can purchase one at: The Vintage Barn www.barnbarnbaby.com
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Vintage Tandem


Country Living Magazine held it's fair in Columbus,Ohio over the weekend. Mom and I went yesterday and had a fabulous time.

This old huffy tandem was at the booth of homegirlshop.com. It was too cute. Love the dice on the tires and the front of the basket has red lips.



Be sure to check her out at www.homegirlshop.com
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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Random Pic


Just a random shot from the car.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Obama Drama

Much has been made of the President's decision skip the helmet while riding on vacation at Martha's Vineyard. In June, he was criticized for his "nerdy" helmet. What's a guy to do?
So what do you think?
Is this much ado about nothing?
Do you always wear a lid?
top photo: nytimes.com (photo by Alex Brandon - Associated Press)
bottom photo: LA Times (photo by Alex Brandon - Associated Press)
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Monday, August 24, 2009

New opportunities

http://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009908230326

My last post was about a new opportunity and I told you that I would fill you in. Well, the big news is this: I have been offered a chance to write for a couple of local publications including our newspaper.

It seems this 40 year old (wannabe) writer is being given a chance.

I have a lot to learn. Aside from research papers in college, a couple of essays and newsletter writing, my experience has been limited to blogging and fiction. Journalism is a whole different ball of wax. Thank goodness for a great and patient editor.

I have also been working on my first novel, The Geriatric Prom Queens, and still hope to finish it by the end of the year. Hopefully, someone will want to buy it once it's completed.

I always wanted to be a writer but never had the guts to "go for it". Thanks to one of my best friends, Paul, and my husband, Mike, I realize there's nothing stopping me. Being a writer is a dream come true for me and I'm so grateful for the opportunity.

Sorry that this is all about me today. I'm not really this self-centered:) Just wanted to bring everyone up to speed.

I've posted a link to the most recent article above.

~ Jen