Yes, I Married This Man

07 Sep

What can I say? I’m a sucker for a goofball with good bike handling skills. He’s goofy enough on an everyday basis, and when you pull out the camera he takes it up a notch. Like last Saturday, when my GoPro caught him flying by doing a Contador-inspired “doble pistola” maneuver at the top of the Kings descent.

He doesn’t stop at imitating pro cyclists, either. His attempts at femininity are completely unconvincing, but they still make me smile. Yes, I married this man, and I haven’t regretted it a single day.

What goofy things do you find endearing about that special person in your life?

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Posted by on September 7, 2011 in Backroads


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