• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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08 May 2008

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The last one, definitely. Why don't you post some pix of your sewing, while you mull all this over??

Sewing clothes? Where? Prove it. ;)

I vote for the 2nd orange one because I love orange! I have a blue cruiser I had bought from Germany in 2000 and I still have it. Now I want a tricycle with a basket in the front and back.

i was recently obsessed with a cruiser as well, although i'm very lazy and don't have anywhere particular to ride to. you will definitely need a bell or a horn for that ride!

i have spent the last 2 weeks combing the internet trying to decide which one i want as well. i am quickly realising that alot of the one's i like are out of stock. i think there is a run on the market lol.

Oh you are a wicked, tempting woman, do you know that? Sharing your latest obsession like that? And here I am having got over my obsession to own a beach cruiser, in San Francisco. I already have one bike I don't use, why not two?

I can relate to the jumping from one obsession to another! It's the story of my life! I also would love a beach cruiser---there are so many fabulous ones out there now...

i adore the first one, because of the white wall tires. too cool. i have an old black huffy beach cruiser with white walls and an old wicker basket - it's perfect for rides with no hills as is has only one speed. the orange is gorgeous.

I must must must have the orange bike!!!! I'm in mad swoon!

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