I’m sure you’ve all heard the saying, “When it rains it pours.” Well, it feels like I’ve just been through a torrential downpour. It’s been a whirlwind few weeks that has seen more downs than ups. On my last post I mentioned that the company I was contracted to was undergoing big cutbacks and that my job was in jeopardy. That’s still true and is yet to be resolved. To make matters worse my dad suffered a major heart attack on 29-Oct and never regained consciousness. He passed away on 1-Nov and is now in a better place. I’ve also conducted two interviews with a potential new client in Dallas and may have to move there on short notice. I’m just waiting on the word.

I wasn’t kidding when I said it was a whirlwind. As you can imagine, I’ve had more important things to do and haven’t ridden or prepared new articles. In fact, I haven’t even thought about this blog for a couple of weeks. I will probably start riding again soon. I need it. If I end up moving to Dallas my bike will go with me so I can ride there. While I was with my mom in Oklahoma my wife found my cold weather gear so I can use it when it starts to get colder here in Jax. I know I’ll need it in Dallas.

One bright spot I’d like to point out is that Genuine Innovations is now a sponsor of Biking To Live. You can see the banner, created especially for Biking To Live, on the front page of the blog. Be sure to check them out.

I’d like to thank those that have emailed me and offered their support during these difficult times. I sincerely appreciate it.

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