When one door closes…

Today is a big turning point.  A new chapter of my life is beginning.  I do not know where it will lead, or what it will entail but it will be a journey regardless.  That is the adventure of it all. 

I like to take one day at a time.  I like to not worry about the small things, and just know that most things unravel the way they should.  I plan.  I actually even tend to overplan.  But, like most events in life, even bike racing, you can plan out all you want, but in the end, the race happens the way it will regardless of all your prior planning.

I have a peace about things.  I have faith that God has a plan for me, and whatever that is,  will work according to those plans.  What is there to worry about?  Absolutely nothing.  Peace is good.

Postives:

  • Time to focus on the bike, and time to put the feet up
  • I am going to Cascade, then Nationals, then France in July-Aug
  • Headed to Tahoe to race TT, then Tour de Nez with Rushums, AFR, and JJ. Go Team TIBCO and pah-tay dresses and altitude.
  • More time with the cat.
  • Marin time.
  • Time to find some sponsors for a starving female cyclist?
  • Every sock will be folded
  • Might start writing more, that or scrapbooking…
  • Could start another biochemistry research extravaganza…maybe a cure for something

Random picture insertion...what is going on with me and AFR? Crazy.

All I can say, is that one door closes…surely there is another door that will open, or we can sit here with the lights out momentarily, and take a long nap…then go outside, enjoy the beautiful Marin summer on a Look 585.  Life is good.

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