Bike Love

February is a special month for me because not too many Februaries ago, my own little heart got a big fix.  And that big fix allows me to celebrate love in its purest form.  The purest form of love being bike love, of course.

This February I’m sending you a big bouquet of Valentine wishes.

I hope you find love in unexpected places.  I think you’ll be surprised where you find it if you take a moment to look.

Image from bikerumor.com

I hope you find a warm embrace in the arms of a loved one.  And that you take the time to hug them just a second or two longer than usual.

Image from fineartamerica.com

I hope you’ll be bold enough to let down your guard, to wear your heart on your sleeve.

I hope you write and receive many, many love notes.

Image from candycranks.com

And that each day you find something new to love.

Image from sp.life123.com

I hope you find comfort in love that has been around the block once or twice, love that has lasted, love that has lost a little of its sheen, love that has lost all the sharp edges, love that’s your soft place to fall.

Image from http://www.bargo.info

Whether you spend this Valentine’s Day with a few thousand of your closest friends

Image from http://www.bargo.info

Or in your own good company

Image from bikeblogs.org

Know this, I’m thankful you’re a part of my life.  I think this necklace best expresses my feelings for you.

Image from newyork.inetgiant.com

Happy February!  Now, go out and show your bike some love.

8 thoughts on “Bike Love”

  1. I’m with Lynn! Beautiful post — beautiful sentiments (and oh, boy are my fingers crossed), beautiful pictures, just. . . oh, just beautiful.

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