Friday, October 9, 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BkOWMXYMnQ

My darling nephew is into dirt bikes. I never told him what I know. He gave me this beautiful song and I just learned it's associated with motorcycles. The motorcycles I know. My friends raced. They were good. Really good. I didn't tell Alan. Why? I don't know. I remember about 5 years ago driving down the freeway in the early morning. A Sunday morning. I seemed like the only one awake, then they came. About 6-8 racers. They were probably traveling back from Sears Point. Just me and them. I had the BMW before I wrecked it. They pulled up along side and we looked at one another. One gave me the thumbs up. I'll remember that morning all my life. There's something about German engineering everyone appreciates. Then they were gone. I have beautiful memories of darling friends who raced. They were good. It's amazing to see someone lay down on their knee and make a turn. It's amazing. Alan doesn't know this about me. Probably know one does.

Alan, I love you so much. And yes, this is how my friends raced. No. I didn't tell you. I told you they raced...I just didn't tell you how.

15 comments:

kylie said...

nup
nobody knows now

Suzanne said...

Yup!

just bob said...

They gave you a thumbs up because you are Blottie... not because of the car silly.

Suzanne said...

Oh...right!!!!! It really was a cool momnet. I'll never forget it. How often do you see a shit load of bike races traveling down the highway. Like...NEVER!!! It really was a beautiful, unforgetable moment.

otin said...

Yes you are naive!! A group of bikers giving a thumbs up to a car with a Hot chick driving, I am sure that they were just auto enthusiasts! hahaha!

I hope that you are doing good?!

Suzanne said...

Otin, I'm laughing too hard. I am naive. I always have been and I don't know why!!! But now that you and Bob point it out...I'm seeing the bigger picture! God I missed such a great opportunity. ;)

Suzanne said...

I'm sitting here realizing I knew great racers. They raced both bikes and motorcycles. How do you get that lucky? I've had a wonderful life.

David said...

Thanks for the link...

Suzanne you were so moved because you understand passion.

Passion for motorcycle riders ,and not the sunday fair weather rolex riders but those of us who truly love to ride is the sound of the bike, the feeling of leaning into a corner and accelerating down the straights, during these times we are alive! We know the risks of riding yet we continue to ride, we need to. I've heard it said that life begins at 130 mph. Though I've found this to be true, for me it is also with the push of the start button.

Suzanne, your passion for art, animals and life is the common thread. I have given many thumbs on the road to those where it is obvious that like me all is right in their world at that moment in time. It was that shared moment, that shared appreciation for life that warrants a thumbs up! But then it could also be because you are a HOTTIE!! I've been known to give a few thumbs up to them too!

Suzanne said...

Larry, I will love you all the days of my life. I will.

Suzanne said...

David,

You made me cry. But you probably know that. I came to talk to my darling friend Larry, who raced, and found you. How sweet. Not sweet...I mean, sweet. I have to go feed the ferals and know you understand, so can't write what I want right now, but I'll ask you something and hope for a reply. My darling friend Larry from college raced, I think it was a Suzuki. I'm not sure. It was just red and really beautiful! And he kept it in the house!!! Now that's just damn funny. He also raced bikes (a cyclist). Very, very good. I remember what he said to me one afternoon. "If I could do one thing, I'd race dirt bikes."

My nephew races dirt bikes, but is currently into BMX because he can't affort to race his dirt bike. It amazes me how you're all into anything on two wheels. Now I'm going to ask you something really funny, Alan this isn't you, right? You have Alan's voice. I can hear it. You write like he does. But this isn't Alan, is it? I just want to know if I'm writing to my nephew. I'm not, am I? Alan don't screw with me. I'd hate to think it was you who pulled up along side the BMW and gave the thumbs up to your "Hottie" aunt!!! *Suze rolls eyes in head.*

I'll be back. I gotta go feed the ferals.

XO

Suzanne said...

D.S. It's you isn't it? Thanks darling.

Suzanne said...

After giving it some thought, I know you aren't Alan. I'm so late for the park and have to go, but while getting this household in order I thought about something. I don't think I got the thumbs up for my looks. Really, I don't. It was moment. It was just all of us, on a California freeway, early in the morning. Just us. Beautiful German engineering and beautiful Japanese engineering. Just us, driving down the road and understanding fully what was under our asses. I know you understand that. I remember looking at the guy nearest me and smiling. I couldn't see his face because of his helmet, but I know he saw me smile and gave me the thumbs up. The moment was so perfect. That's why I smiled and that's why he gave me the thumbs up. Not because I was hot, but because I understood the perfection of the moment. And I did. I'll remember it all my life.

Suzanne said...

Dave, you have to tell me if this is you. I'm so bad with trying to figure out. Please just tell me. What you wrote is so beautiful. I know you know me. I do. And I know you. I could have raced. I would never have revealed I was a woman. Never.

Suzanne said...

Thank you.

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