This is the first post in the Brave, Bold Blogger Challenge 2017. Yep, day one of a 28-day challenge and I’m less than two hours from missing the deadline!
Before I dive into post #1, I have to say I’m excited to see Mark, Rachael, Richard, and Steve returning from last year. And, check this out, three new blogger participants. Lynne of CurvyRoads, who many of you already know, Highway Lass (name as yet unknown to me), and Ginamarie from Two Wheels Two Feet.
I’m excited to see y’all joining in. Truly. I believe it will help keep me on track and, more important, it’s always fun learning more about you fine folks and meeting more like-minded people, too!
The topic of this first post was an easy one for me. Much easier than coming up with 27 other prompts that made at least some sort of sense.
This is a big year for me. In a few days, I will have been on this Earth for half a century. Gulp. I can’t bring myself to say that “F” word just yet. Yes, age is just a number. No, I’m not worried about the appearance of wrinkles, gray hair, and such. And I truly believe that getting old is better than the alternative. It’s just a hard word for me to use to describe myself.
Anyway. I figured I would celebrate by taking off on a solo adventure. Not in February, though. I’d like it to be a bit warmer so I can enjoy some beach time. I need to shed some pounds, too. My riding pants are WAY too tight. Even the larger pair I bought late last year. That’s another story.
It’s going to be one of those rides where I kinda-sorta have a destination in mind, but no real timetable. There are actually three states I haven’t been to in the contiguous US: Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Of those three, the one I most hope to visit is Mississippi because it seems to have the prettiest beaches. It’s between the other two states, too, so Louisiana and Alabama would be hard to miss.
I’ll take my time getting there, stay as long as I want, or not stay if that’s what I feel like. I just want to be free for a week or two. Since I have survived into old age, I feel like I have earned it. LOL.
I don’t know when I am going, and I may not know exactly where, but I do know I’ll be going to Mississippi this year. I’m looking forward to seeing where everyone else is headed, too. So, ta-ta for now (TTFN).