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Monday, April 21, 2014

#AtoZ: I'm Going to Be Sagging Soon!

It's been a long time coming, but I finally can see myself sagging. To really sag a lot, I must spend time around an abundance of food, such as cookies, crackers, fruits, and gels. Maybe, one day I'll sag more than anyone in town.

But I wish I didn't have to sag in the early morning hours. 

Whatever it takes to support Superman as he leads the training for the Century 100 Mile Ride, again. Did you think I was talking about my body sagging? Ha! I'd rather bike than sag, but the cars passing close on the road scare me enough to wet my pants. So I'll just sag.


Anonymous said...

As a biker, fellow blogger, humor writer & A-Z sufferer, may I just say how much I appreciate bike sags! Thanks so much for the work you do. What rides are you sagging? I'm hoping on 2-3 state rides this year.

Debbie D. said...

and here I thought you were talking about boobs! ☺
Debbie @ The Doglady's Den

Anonymous said...

I'd like to bike long distance. I'd be afraid of the cars, though.

Rhonda Albom said...

Confused, what's a sag. (In my case it does have to do with body parts.)

mail4rosey said...

It scares me when the cars get too close too, and we just ride up to the trail (about a mile away).

messymimi said...

Hello! So, about sagging, i had to look that up to make sure i understood. That's great that you support Superman this way.

Anonymous said...

You are a superwoman and it's a great way to be agile and proactive.

LA Botchar said...

ok, I confess. I thought about boobs. normally a woman can't make me do that.
So I had to google bike sag. OHHHH.
I probably should have just asked DH -- he's an expert on both. :)

Mary Purpari said...

What does bike sagging mean? I'll admit it: I've never heard the term, although I used to be an avid bike rider--before knee transplant days. I'm glad you're not sagging in other, body parts. Have fun.

Rhonda Parrish said...

I also had to look up what sag meant in this context. It's awesome that you're supporting your partner.