On 8/23/2001 Pagone@aol.com wrote:
>Oh no! Don't blame us kids!
>> P.S. about the time my kids came along is when the roadster stopped
>being > > used for many years.
>> > Fred - So.SF
It wasn't just the roadster, and it wasn't just the chores. As Laurie
said, mommies tend to be over-protective of family. My wife wanted
"Daddy" to be around to pay the bills and raise the kids. So no
hang-gliding, no motorcycles, no sky-diving, no speedboats, etc. until
the kids turned 18. Woo-hoo, my youngest just turned 18! Now I'm
shopping to replace the rusty motorcycle in my backyard and I wanna go
racing. Probably alone, she remembers the last time we rode my
motorcycle together and she spilled on a mountain trail. Guys like this
stuff, but she doesn't.
Biggest mistake I made was letting the roadster sit; it fell apart
because I didn't use it every so often. USE your roadsters!
Fred - So.SF, Ca.