Thursday, July 29, 2010

Biking

Recently my mom, my sister, and I have been biking around the neighborhood every day to get outdoors and get some exercise--today, I had a mishap that involved scraping my pinky toe and the back of my leg, rather sickeningly, against a garden's stone wall (sort of like the one shown in this picture).

Not to be graphic, but the toe's nail broke, as well as some skin.

This is likely too much information for many of you (especially if you're anything like my older sister), but this story does have a moral: Always wear your helmet, try to wear long pants while biking, and be careful with turning onto a sidewalk at high speeds with a bike that isn't very agile in the turning department.

So, that was my day today...certainly not as eventful as yesterday, when I went on New Day Northwest to cohost with Margaret Larson. It was a very fun experience and I hope to be able to do something similar again! You can find the video at www.king5.com/newday.

-Adora 

4 comments:

cornyman said...

I hope you feel better and your toe will heal very quick!
Just watch your Talk in TED, impressive and so true!

Roving Rotarian said...

I'm involved with Rotary International and our District in North Carolina is sponsoring a Conference for High School and College students that are in Rotary youth groups. I'd love to have you come speak to us and them. The conference is March 4,5, 2011 in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Is it possible??

Thank you
Nancy Barbee
District Governor 09-10
North Carolina
http://www.rotary7730.org
http://www.rotary.org

Roving Rotarian said...

I'm involved with Rotary International and our District in North Carolina is sponsoring a Conference for High School and College students that are in Rotary youth groups. I'd love to have you come speak to us and them. The conference is March 4,5, 2011 in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Is it possible??

Thank you
Nancy Barbee
District Governor 09-10
North Carolina
http://www.rotary7730.org
http://www.rotary.org

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