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Sunday, July 24, 2016

She Scraps :-0

Wow - i scrapped

First big ride on my Harley......... love how casual this photo is.
Products used: Kaisercraft Happy Snaps Collection, Mini Bunting,
Metal Bookplates, Cardstock.
Other: twine, lettering & ink
It has been three years since our little princess died. I lost my passion for everything when she went and have been trying to get some joy back into my  life since then.  I often wonder what she would be like now as a 16 year old.  Emma was such a strong intelligent young lady and I am sure that she would be no different today.  

Stuart has had a Harley Davidson for ever and I always rode on the back with him which is so much fun.  After we lost Em I realised how short life was so decided to get my motorcycle licence as I had always wanted my own bike.  I had that licence for two years before I eventually purchased a bike, actually I had no intentions of buying a bike that day.  Stuart took me to the Harley store to buy new riding boots and while I was trying on my boots unbeknownst to me he was over with the salesman buying me my first Harley :-)



So now this journey begins.  I can see many weekends just riding through the mountains with my husband and our friends.  We joined the local Harley Owners Group (HOG) which has been fabulous as we have met a great bunch of like minded people.  Our first ride with the group was an overnighter in Pottsville.  Awesome day of riding and then a hilarious night at a local mexican restaurant.




I think it would be pretty cool to do a small scrapbook to document all the rides we do in the future.  

Anyway that is enough from me now.

Be back again with more biking stories I am sure

Leanne xox

2 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love your page! LOVING that you are back creating! And loving all the photos!! looks like awesomely fun times!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lizzyc said...

Hi Leanne, it is so nice to see you scrap a page again.. and so glad you see you are into life and enjoying your bike.. fabulous layout and I reckon an album of your bike adventures would be an excellent idea...xx lizzy