My friend is a bit ‘different’ – Weekly Photo Challenge



Friend  – This week’s photo challenge asks us to share a photo of a friend

I don’t have a pet dog to share a photo of

I could share a photo of my husband, who’s also my friend

Or a photo of one of my real friends.

But I thought I’d share a photo (or two) of my bike instead.

It’s my friend and it takes care of me 🙂

Because that’s what friends do!

Bike love, travel, Tasmania

Feel free to pin this image

We’ve had a great holiday recently, taking our bikes to Tasmania for two weeks. You can read more about it here if you’d like – Tour de Tassie 

Are you a bike rider by any chance?  I’m what you’d call a casual, fair weather rider – I like flat, easy riding the best but can manage hills if I have to!

Life is like riding a bike, the pedals go up and down and you either move forward or you stop.  That’s my dose of wisdom for you today 🙂

Deb xx

PS. You can also find Deb’s World here – I’d be delighted if you’d join me.

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14 comments

  1. Great write up….. I can very well corelate.. I too feel the same for my bike….

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  2. I’m not a bike rider (I can’t understand how not to fall off) but my husband is, and he’d definitely agree with you. It helps him explore at his own pace, and meet the people he’d never encounter if he was in a car. And I’m glad you haven’t got a dog – this is a great interpretation of the theme.

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    • Thanks so much for commenting Margaret. I was a bit worried it wouldn’t come across right but I’m glad to hear you get what I’m trying to say. I know exactly what your husband experiences and I love having the ability to pedal at my own pace, stop when I want to take a photo and see the little things along the way.

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  3. This is great, I told my followers I talk to my bike. Hard core mountain biker with Eplilepsy that went crazy out of control. I miss my bike so much it hurts!! It is my one vice in life after I found my sobriety. Well God is first!! Just love this write!!! Perfect!!!

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  4. oooo – I like that dose of wisdom. It works for me.

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  5. Unfortunately Deb, I’ve never been able to ride a bike for some reason. That is why I run. If your bike is your friend, perhaps my new running shoes are mine? Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party. I’ve pinned and shared. Have a great week.
    Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

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    • I’ve had a few people comment that they’ve never been able to ride a bike, which I find very interesting! Yes your new shoes can be your friend 🙂 Thanks for sharing Sue, much appreciated.

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  6. Love your quirky take on the friend theme Deb. I love my bike too but unfortunately it’s a bit rusted out and neglected at the moment. Cool pics.

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