The Flat Effect

Making decisions.

I couldn’t decide.

So I went for a ride.

And ended up walking my bike.


Are often made for us.

Sometimes the resolution

Is a compromise



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33 thoughts on “The Flat Effect

  1. reocochran says:

    Flexibility and a sense of humor will be best approach ‘tools’ to the ‘flats’ in life, Colleen. smiles!

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  2. I LOVE the orange on your bike Colleen! ❤
    Diana xo

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  3. niaaeryn says:

    Beautiful bike! Though sorry to hear about the flat 😦


    • Thank you Niaaeryn! I love this bike. The flat was ‘okay’. I just walked instead. 🙂 My own fault for not having what I needed to change it. Though on review of the contents in the saddle bag, I may have. Maybe it was just me still wanting to walk some.

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  4. Mustang.Koji says:

    A flat? And FANTASTIC orange!


  5. Not deciding is a decision. We always decide, one way or the other.


  6. I agree with the other, the bike is awesome! Sorry about the flat. 😦


  7. markbialczak says:

    The fifty-fifty! Love it, MBC.


  8. Cool looking bike. Ah yes the unplanned compromises. I understand. 😉


  9. April says:

    Very well said—compromise is usually the key in some of the more difficult decisions. I love your bike as well!


  10. Robin says:

    That’s a GREAT bike! Even with a flat. Sometimes it’s easier when life helps us make decisions, especially if we approach with a good attitude (which, it seems to me, you do!). 🙂


  11. inmycorner says:

    I guess on this day, you were not able to “roll” with the punches. Glad that, at least, you were not in a flap. Destiny defined you on that day.


    • 🙂 Ha! I did roll indeed. And very happy I didn’t roll off of my bike. 🙂 Funny you say that about destiny. When husband brought the car I told him it was all for the best, it means I didn’t see something I wasn’t supposed to see or something didn’t happen that wasn’t supposed to happen. I was happy with that. 🙂

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  12. Exercise always helps you think!


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