the day after the fiance arrived,
I knew I had to take him on a little bike ride.
since my first bike ride a couple weeks ago,
i’ve become a bit obsessed.
I ask the kids every afternoon if they want to go out,
you know, get out of the house and go for a ride somewhere.
they always say no.
me, on the other hand-
i’m always up for a ride from one village to another.
it’s great exercise,
and, honestly, the views are always guaranteed to be spectacular.
while the fiance was visiting,
we went on two bike rides while the kids were at school.
next time he visits,
we will spend an entire day riding from one village to another.
there are bike trails from here to Austria,
so, we’ll see how far we get.
some of you may be thinking,
this girl is crazy. it’s just a bike ride.
let me tell you one thing i’ve learned since moving to germany-
biking in Europe is different.
biking trails are just as important as the roads,
only, the views are better.
biking can be for fun or as a serious sport.
biking is a way of life.
america is missing out on something pretty big.
i don’t know what i’ll do when I return back to the US-
the world of only cars, minivans, and SUVs.
bash on america is now over…