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Wrote this after nearly being bowled over by someone:

Heads hunched over,
as they walk,
fingers flying furiously,
oblivious of the world around them.

~ by Nick David Wright

You Never Let Go

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You Never Let Go by Matt Redman.

A bike ride

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Noel and I love to ride our bikes around the loop here in Milo. But that loop is pretty short and it gets a little monotonous sometimes.

So last night, we took a turn down one of the little gravel lanes that leads out into the country.

Which was great fun, but we didn’t go far. It was getting late. And the narrow, little tires on our bikes just don’t handle the gravel that well. Which I found out when I hit a particularly loose patch just as a car was trying to pass. I didn’t go down, but it was a very un-fun moment.

So needless to say, that got me thinking about bicycles designed to handle surfaces other than pavement. Now I’ve got my eye on this beauty:

It’s the Trek 3700. Noel and I dreamt all evening yesterday about just hopping on the bikes and hitting the country roads and exploring. Sounds like fun.

Upside Down cover

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Here’s my cover of a great, fun song: “Upside Down,” by Jack Johnson.

All I Want is You cover

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Originally, I heard this song on the soundtrack of the movie Juno. Then while listening to Pandora Radio I heard Tristan Prettyman’s cover of it and I had to look up the chords to it. I love it! Original song written by Barry Louis Polisar.

Dedicated to my Beloved!

Summer 2010 portrait

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Nick and Noel Summer 2010 portrait.
Nick and Noel Summer 2010, originally uploaded by Nick David Wright.

Inner beliefs

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I found this quote in Robert Heinlein’s book, “Revolt in 2100,” and I had to share.

“My religious faith is a private matter between me and my God. What my inner beliefs are you will have to judge by my actions … for you are not invited to question me about them. I decline to explain them nor to justify them to you. Nor to anyone …”

I love Heinlein.

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