Will you believe me if I told you I don't know how to ride a bike?
My parents never bought me a bike, and from what I know I never asked for anything (I'm sure that is an exaggeration, Probably didn't ask for anything big.) Anyway, my parents never bought me a bike when I was little, and when I grew up and was in high school I was too embarrassed to learn how to ride one. Now I'm almost thirty.
I remember my cousins having their bikes, and every now and then when I would go over to their place I would try to ride it. It would be very wobbly.
When I was in Riverside I remember a few friends and I wanted to eat, it was a kind of late and a few places around would close late.The only way I would be able to go was if I rode a bike. I borrowed someones bike and almost got ran over a couple of times. And I steered off and fell several times. Haha. Ay. I don't have a bike and I kind of want to just go buy one, but lack of space at my place stops me from doing so.
I feel I have done nothing in my life. I know, I know, I am only twenty eight, but just thinking about little things like riding a bike, camping, walking on snow and all that stuff. Stuff I feel I missed growing up, that now I'm upset about cause I never got to do them. I always feel children enjoy things more than adults. I will have to get to them! I want my son to enjoy this the way I will never be able to. Not saying I will not enjoy it... but a child enjoys it in a more magical way.
Now, how do I get started...