Jay and I spent this past weekend on our bikes, enjoying some of the first days of spring. Having been a lazy turd for the past 3 months, it was quite an effort, covering 115 miles in 2 days.... but it was so nice to be out!
And I have finally got to ride my BMC for the first time since August! Poor Princess has spent the last 7 months on a rack, waiting for the snow to melt... For two weekends straight though, we've tackled our winter weight out on the open road, riding over a 100 miles each weekend for a crash course back onto the racing scene.
After the long ride with the crue on Sunday, Jay and I washed up and readied ourselves for the annual Seafood Feast to celebrate Jay's birthday. Chucker and Shannon picked us up and we met up with Randy, Teri, Greg & Jodie to devour a table full of shellfish and butter as we do every year. Lucky for Jay, his birthday happens to fall in the middle of lobster fest, so he got himself almost one (or two) of everything!
It was an awesome time, as always, laughing til our stomachs hurt and clearing the room with our boistrous voices and outlandish topics. I don't eat seafood, but it's by far one of my favorite meals every year because the company is so much fun. Happy Birthday, Jay!!! I hope you had a great time. xoxoxo
Oh, and what did the man who has everything get for his birthday other than a stomach ache? A dog carrier to take out his little buddy on the bike!Once the meal ended, we retired to our house for some Guitar Hero & devil's food cake decorated with what else, a lobster partyin' on...
Add that excitement and bike fatigue with Daylight Savings and a neighbor with a dog that was howling at the moon, and you'll understand my utter exhaustion. But a blissful exhaustion at that.
Uber happy girl,