Family Bike Shop

The official Family Bike Shop blog that I try to keep up to date with current events, bike shop ride info, and Team Family Bike Shop/DCMTB race results.

Monday, May 12, 2008

Mother's Day

Sarah here! I had an awesome Mother's Day.... thanks Jonathan! We met my parents for brunch at Stan and Joe's on West St. in Annapolis and then walked around Downtown by the City Dock for awhile. We both ran into many old friends, even ones from high school- wierd! After our walk we headed home... we saw Courtney and Dave (reigning king of RC motors) riding on Crofton Parkway in their Family Bike Shop gear... way to represent, guys! Then I took a HEAVENLY 4 hour nap (thanks again, Jonathan). Anyone who has kids knows that naps are few and far between. I always welcome them and relish in the glory, especially when I don't have a deadline for awakening! I even put on two fans in the room for the white-noise-effect because I have a problem... if I hear one peep from the kids, Jonathan, the dogs, I will wake up even from the deepest REM sleep. Jonathan can tune-out anything. The kids can be barfing up a lung in the next room and he'll have no idea.

Anyway, after my awesome nap Jonathan went out for a ride to try out his new fancy bike, the Jamis Xenith SL. He made a few changes on it, traded out the wheels for his Shimano Dura-Ace set. He thinks he has to change out the cassette again, though. A work in progress to make it "his". The thing is crazy light though... even with his Dura-Ace wheels- 15.5 lbs I think he said.

M-Day night Jonathan's mom came over for a nice dinner then we put the kids to bed and went in the basement to watch the season finale of Survivor! I kinda hoped that Amanda would win.

Check out some pics of us in Annapolis and then a picture of Tom the Wrench receiving his Eagle Scout award! Great Job, TOM!!!!!



Me at City Dock














Jonathan and Dexter

















Dexter and Willow





























Tom becoming an Eagle Scout

1 Comments:

At 9:27 PM , Blogger CityBikesMike said...

Eagle Scout?! Nice work Young Buck! See you at Big Bear, right boys?

 

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