My favorite gift last birthday was a bright blue Electra Bicycle.
I mean, I have always liked biking...it helps accentuate my carefree spirit. I like to ride with friends and family. It is good old fashioned fresh-air fun.
I even put a basket and a bell on the bike...which can be a little annoying from time to time.
But what I have come to realize is that as gas prices continue to rise...biking is a growing mode of transportation. Bike lanes are going in everywhere! Including my own city. It is a revolution.
So in my quest to promote this revolution...I have designed a fabric. I painted a picture of my own bike. I had it made into a piece of Kona cotton fabric. I made it in two styles...Large bike and small. And my friend Peggy Giannageli worked with me on design and did ALL the sewing. We made a wrap-skirt and a fitted skirt with pockets. Once I throw on a pair of bike shorts for underneath, it is very easy to ride the bike. OR if biking in the skirt doesn't appeal to you, it makes for a great piece to wear to a city council meeting discussing bike lanes. Or how about a lunch date? A picnic? Ahhhhh...
Want to go for a bike ride?
Let's do it!
There is no place in the country like Miss Cayce's. It is the most magical place in the LAND! Thank you Miss Cayce's and West Texas for the fabulous FROSTY party this past weekend. Your land is rich in oil...but your people are richer in kindness and hospitality!!! Thank you, thank you for supporting my work, my mission to spread cheer throughout the LAND, for supporting my momma and her battle with Alzheimer's. The donations that you're making to the Alzheimer's Association are so generous.
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