My day started out like any other day with the urban sunrise shining through my window, and then later my friends came around. I am teasing, as I don’t actually have any real friends, just virtual ones that I will probably never even get to know their real names. Anyway, I sat up and opened my eyes and then I heard the landscapers cutting the grass outside and this was not the awakening that I was looking for. I was hoping for another dark morning, so I could stay in bed longer, but with the Sun up and those mowers going, there would be no rest for the weary. Pretty soon the clocks will spring back and the mornings will be brighter again, but I have miles to go before I can sleep. Actually, my doctor told me that I should walk a mile every day, which I haven’t started doing yet.
I don’t want people looking at me while I am walking past their houses and I am too lazy to drive to a park, so I am thinking about getting an affordable electric bike which is also called an e-bike. This way I can pedal when I want and if I get too tired, then I can turn the motor on. Some of these contraptions can be expensive and I am looking at Lectric XP 2.0 which will run me about $1,300 with the battery charger, the optional comfort seat and the Cargo Package which will give me that Front Rack, Small Basket, and Large Basket in case I want to ride over to Publix to get some groceries. I think that this will make a nice Christmas gift for me to give to myself and I feel that I am worth every penny that it will cost. I should probably order this pretty soon, as every day I hear how bad the shipping delays are.
Written for Paula’s Paint Chip Friday challenge #10 where today we are supposed to derive inspiration from Valspar’s “urban sunrise” and/or “awakening.”