"This picture is one I took the day very close friend of the family, Danielle, had her baby. The baby, Timothy, had fluid on his brain and Devon was his neurologist. I was just amazed as I watched how tenderly he touched this baby and how sweet his energy was. He was a doctor, yes, but still human.
I am so sorry for the loss of this wonderful human being.”
Went by garage company and met Yoshi. If you need vintage, hard to find parts for your bike this is the place.
Devon and I, just a couple months back. Much happier times. Hard to imagine born free without his excitement, his love for all things bikes and the skill of the build. Harder still to imagine St Pete, and “going home” without our hours of conversations, too many beers, rides out to the beaches, his loud pipes leading the way. I’m going to miss him very very much.
Remember how we forgot…
We were here…
1. Knowing when it’s time to close yourself off and exit a conversation or a room or a relationship. Being able to grapple with the temptation to let yourself become enraged, and to know that that feeling isn’t the only thing that can give you a sense of duty and purpose.
2. That we…
As death again knocks on the door, reminding me that we are all on the clock, these rules came back to me.
I think of all the time wasted on self doubt, pity and anger over the hand I was dealt. None of it matters, it’s all mindset and how you choose to see yourself. I knew that really well at one point, but lost sight of it. I’ve got it back now, so long as I can stay focused on the road ahead and where I hope to end up before my card is punched, things will be just fine.