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With everything going on in my time on Maryland’s Eastern Shore Saturday, I didn’t get a chance to post my Saturday Snapshots. But here it is on Monday instead. I’m a little out of order, but I hope you like the photos from Saturday’s Chesapeake Bay Tour de Cure anyway.
Saturday’s topic was:
Today it’s time to share some pictures for Saturday Snapshots. Back for another year, let’s show everyone what life with diabetes looks like! With a nod to the Diabetes 365 Photo Pool, let’s grab our cameras again and share some more d-related pictures. Post as many or as few as you’d like. Feel free to blog your thoughts on or explanations of your pictures, or leave out the written words and let the pictures speak for themselves.
Full disclosure: I had planned to do the 62 mile Metric Century ride on Saturday, but after checking out the cue sheets (the route descriptions) for all the rides, I decided to bike the 31 mile event instead. Why the change? I didn’t really like the 62 mile route, to be honest. And I really liked the 31. Also, Maureen was with me at a ride for the first time in a while, and I thought it would be nice to spend more time with her and less time on my bike. Now, without further ado, my Saturday ride. And thank you to everyone who graciously donated this year!
Finally… As I was packing things up, a woman and two little girls came up to me and asked if I was a Red Rider. I said yes, and they explained that they made these, and were giving them away to all the Red Riders. I was instantly touched by their show of support. When I saw what it was, I immediately thought of one person. This is for you Alecia: