what I did after the International Motorcycle Show…look out “Big Apple”

After the International Motorcycle Show, I didn’t have much of a voice left.  32 hours of talking to everyone that came along and I was pretty beat up.  My partner in crime, Andrea D’Assis, creator of the Wrapter hair wrap, decided that we should just take our “bucket” lists and “get lost”.  Believe me, we did that by accident!! Judging by the miles we put on our boots, we got lost and found and lost again but, we couldn’t have had more fun. Take a peek at all the pictures at Motorcycle Travel America.com via Facebook…. Click on the picture to see our adventure.

Lady Godiva on wheels and the pictures that go with it….
PS… Still need to send out a shout to Christina Shook. Without her invitation, we wouldn’t have had the great adventure we had. Christina, you’re the best!!


7 Responses to “what I did after the International Motorcycle Show…look out “Big Apple””

  1. February 21, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    Great pics!
    Looks like you girls had a great day traipsing around the Big Apple.

    • February 21, 2011 at 10:58 pm

      I’ll say… We spent hours and put on soooo many miles. Totally worth the work out. Would do it again in a heart beat. Besides, I would get to see you! Always a treat, Rachael.

  2. February 22, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    Just found your blog and wanted to say hi. We went to the DC show, although I’ve heard the NY show is much better 🙂

    • February 25, 2011 at 6:28 am

      Ya know, Theresa, it was fricken huge!! I couldnt believe the amount of people that filtered in and out of that show. I was also amazed that the people of NYC were so nice. I had heard to the contrary but, it wasnt at all true. Thanx for stopping by and I’ll be seeing you over at your place!
      One FYI for ya… I have been reading your blog for a while. Happened across you as an accidental action but was intrigued by the fact that you were divorced about the same time I was. Later, I read that you have a daughter with a rather uncommon heart problem and I lost my adult daughter to a heart defect. To top it off… I have a sister named Teresa. We have some REALLY strange similarities…ya know!

      Good luck with the blogging and stay on schedule!! Oh.. good luck with the riding class. You should be very proud of yourself for that one.

      • February 28, 2011 at 6:31 pm

        Wow, we do have a lot in common! Very sorry about about your daughter. If you don’t mind me asking, was her defect diagnosed when she was a child or an adult?

        Hope the weather starts to change for you soon. We had beautiful 60° sunny weather here yesterday!

  3. February 28, 2011 at 10:01 pm

    Oh, Judy 😦
    I had no idea you were dealing with the loss of your daughter. I’m so sorry to read this. God bless you for continuing to move through life with such grace and love in your heart~

    • March 1, 2011 at 5:43 am

      That was so kind of you to say. I have learned so much from her, alive and after she was gone. Its a true testimony of how short life is. Grace, mercy, and love are what Im built for. I am thankful for that because it does keep me smiling and I wouldnt have it any other way, darlin…

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