Tuesday, July 1, 2008


I awoke this morning to a migraine. Luckily the girls were at sleepovers and the boys were all asleep. Quiet helps. Susan brought me some Lortab and that has taken the edge off enough that I was able to get up when my doorbell rang. This is what was on my doorstep. I didn't sign for it. The Fedex man just left it there. I debated whether or not I should go back to bed or put the bike together. Since the doorbell also woke the boys up and Raven had just come home, I knew that I couldn't lay on my bed in silence anymore so I chose to put the bike together.

There weren't quite as many pieces as Steve's. I once again pulled out the scissors, tape and glue and began to put it together. Mason and Luke helped me this time so it didn't take as long as Steve's. I was disappointed to find out that I have to put air in the tires. You think that they could have at least thrown in a can of compressed air for me!

Here is the final product. If you look closely you can see a little bit of the tape that I used near the back wheel hub. I didn't disguise it as well this time. If you want a cruiser yourself, check out this link.

They have the best selection and prices. I even bought the wrong size bike the first time and they refunded my money instantly with no problem. I give them 2 thumbs up.


Tami said...

I love it!!! I really really want one. I am saving my money. I dont think that I am talented enough to put one together though. Not even with duct tape and glue.

DeLana said...

did you check out the site? I think you would look cute on the green one. We are starting a bike gang, want to join?

Kristy said...

I'm officially jealous! I need to come and ride it some time and see if they are as fun as they are cute!

DeLana said...

Anybody is welcome to come give it a try.

Andrea said...

The bike is very cute! But what I really want to know is: Are you letting Mason keep his chicken (See Erick and Tammy's blog)?