There’s a new baby boy in our house! And his name is Fuji Newest 3.0!
I think it’s cute that the Husband has a blue bike, and I have a pink bike (well, a silver bike with pink accents… a real pink bike like the one below would be awesome). 🙂
This afternoon, I headed over to Glory Cycles, a high-end bike dealership in Orlando to pick up the Husband’s bike, which he selected last weekend.
On the way over, I drank a Skinny Vanilla Iced Latte to calm my nerves. :) I was just so freakin’ excited to get the bike (it’s kind of "my bike" — we ARE married!).
Glory Cycles is an AMAZING bike shop. There are so many beautiful "dream bikes" at the store. I stared at this pretty pink one for a good five minutes!
That is SEXY. I would be a much better rider if I had a sweet bike like that! 🙂
Glory Cycles gave us an a-maz-ing deal on the Fuji (it would be out of our price range otherwise). If you live in the area, I definitely recommend you check out this shop. There’s also a Glory Cycles website with free shipping on many items! Again, the bikes are mostly high-end stuff, but the staff was so kind and knowledgeable and I will definitely take our bike there for repairs.
After the shop, I bought the Husband a stylish blue and white helmet, a water bottle and blue cage, and a little backpack for under the seat. I cannot wait to go riding together!
Despite all the bike excitement, I struggled a little bit today with THE WORST HEARTBURN. I never, ever get heartburn so this was a little unusual. I ate my weight in Tums, but that didn’t seem to help!
Looking back, my food choices probably aggravated the heartburn, but all my afternoon eats were yummy, so it’s all good!
Afternoon snackie was cereal + banana (plus another 1/2 serving of cereal):
Dinner included 1/2 a whole wheat bagel and 1 cup of tomato soup (the ginormous bowls of cereal killed my appetite):
Plus a bowl of watermelon for dessert:
What’s a big purchase you’ve made recently? Do you get nervous when making big purchases? I hate to admit it, but I LOVE to buy fun things and spend money (it would be a problem, but I’m married to the most frugal man on the planet).