if things radically changed...
what more could you give?
Really cool posters at Despair.com
hai·ku Pronunciation: 'hI-(")kü Function: noun Etymology: Japanese : an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively
... and Piglet hesitates
... and Rabbit calculates
... and Owl pontificates
Did you miss me? Did you even notice I was gone?
Well, it seems Bopkatz noticed. Dude... I'm glad you missed me, but chill okay?
Yes, well... it's back to the old grind.
I've been at our Virginia State H.O.G. Rally and I had a blast! Three days and nights of bikes, buds, fun and general revelry. I don't think I slept 4 hours total the whole time. All my favorite buds were there... including Skinny Bitch, Baby Gurl and The Saint. Also some you haven't met yet, I'll be introducing them in the days to come.
I got to sing a little the first nite as there was a Karaoke Contest of sorts. It's a damned good thing it was on Thursday 'cause I lost my voice shortly after that from all the laughing and yelling.
Okay, gotta go back to work tomorrow. And I'm at a real Sleep Deficit, so I'm off to bed. I'll post more about the rally soon.
So, Bopkatz... am I off the hook with the Blogging Cops??
I wanted to let you and "Jim" know I successfully took the written motorcycle test at the DMV yesterday morning ( Monday). I am now a licensed motorcyclist in the great state of Virginia. As soon as I got home from there I completed a pre-inspection of my bike to make sure it has been staying worthy since I purchased it 3 months ago, back on April 8th. For the first time I went out for a short pleasant ride to celebrate and I don't think there could have been anything in this world that could take the smile off of my face from waiting soooooo long! I about tripled my mileage on the odometer. I am up to 18 miles now.WOW... the early break-in is 50 for my Sportster and then next step is 500. Guess the town where I live is going to see a lot more of me now.
I want to thank both you and Jim for the outstanding work you both did helping not only myself but all who were in your class. You both are "TOP GUN" in my book. My exact thoughts are even if I had not passed the course, the hands on training and instructions were priceless and well taught by the best people around!
Again, I wish to thank you both and want you all to know you have helped set in
stone the basic tools I need to be a good and safe motorcyclist.
Please forward this message on to "Jim".