Day 72: Bunny ears and bike rides

16 03 2010

bunny earsIn preparation for the Clifton area Easter Bike Parade coming up on April 3, I’ve been shopping for a bunny ears headband to wear for the ride. I’m assuming my shoulder will be better by then and I’ll be able to ride.  Carrick sported her stylin’ reindeer headband on her bike helmet around Christmas time and got quite a few giggles and smiles from passers-by. I’m considering also buying a fluffy bunny tail to complete the ensemble for the ride. Although I think the vision of me stuffed into spandex with a fluffy bunny tail attached to my butt would probably frighten not only small children, but most adults also. And I really don’t need to be doing anything to draw attention to my big butt in bike shorts.

If you’re in the Louisville area, join the parade on April 3!  Cyclists wanting to ride in the parade should meet at the parking lot of St. Marks, 2822 Frankfort Avenue at 11:00am. Feel free to bring/wear Easter bonnets and noisemakers. Or ears. Or tails. Whatever.

Today’s starting weight: 150

Breakfast:
— Organic whole wheat english muffin with Nutella = 294 cal.

Lunch:
— Wendy’s spicy chicken sandwich = 430
— Iced tea = 10

Dinner:
— 3 pieces french toast = 447
— Water = 0

Life is a journey. Enjoy the ride.

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2 04 2010
Day 89: Book review – “Heft on Wheels” by Mike Magnuson « Cyclingproject365

[…] is the Frankfort Avenue Easter parade. We’re decorating our bikes and wearing bunny ears on our helmets. I plan to post photos of […]

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