Last year on this very day, November 14, 2009, the sky was blue, it was unseasonably warm, and as I went on an art buying excursion, I passed by this beautiful barn in the country. It was a perfect day where nothing could go wrong.
Two hours later, this is what I saw...
My biker boy Rick, who rides like the wind, flattened. So many of you sent kind wishes on the blog, phoned, put us on your prayer lists. It was extraordinarily comforting to be wrapped in the blanket of love this blog community provided.
One year later, Rick has ridden about 6,500 miles on the seat of that very crashed up bike.
He's gone up mountains, down hills, and if he's been off the seat of the bike, he's kept quiet about it.
For which I am grateful. As I am grateful for his recovery, your support and the joy it gives me to see him doing what he loves.
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