Wednesday, June 08, 2005
There's nothing like a bump on the road to remind one why one is on the journey, and that potholes aside, that one has gone some distance. Most important, perhaps is that it sometimes takes a broken gear to remind one of the friends one has made on the path, who are willing to take time out to help you get back on the road. And even if your wheels aren't yet ISO certified, that effort, experience and a good reputation still gives one at least a chance and hope to get you places. I'm very thankful, of that, and the encouragement of those far away, on journeys of their own.