Saturday, November 3, 2012

Pedaling Through Transitions


The colors mark a seasonal transition.


I start a new job on Monday. 


 Our Bible class begins a new study tomorrow.


 My daily routine will significantly change.


 But like always, my Saturday morning rides help me mentally process life's challenges.


9 comments:

Steve A said...

I hope you will share details. I suspect work changes for myself are some months off.

Peter said...

I got a new boss last Monday. Things seem ok for now. Being on the bike is so much simpler. Best of luck with the new ventures.

RANTWICK said...

Yep, the old bicycle steadies things up for me too, especially in times of stress or change. Good luck in the new job!

Pimadude said...

I hope your new job transition goes very well. I'm retired now, but I went through a number of job changes during my working career.

Good luck, and keep up your blog as time permits, it's definitely one of the best that I regularly follow!

Tex69 said...

Notice a fair amount of QB while the dandy MAP rests. As to the rest, well, I'm sure it will work out.

Scott said...

Nice photos. The landscape,seasons and the bike. Cyclical. Transition. Although different circumstance, I'm feeling it too. I think it's a good thing.Positive, Best of luck in all your endeavors.

GravelDoc said...

Tomorrow, you start a new job; praying the transition goes well for you. Perhaps Ecclesiastes 3:1 and Romans 8:28 are verses appropriate to this theme.

Velosopher said...

Good luck. Changes of season and job for me, too!

Chandra said...

Chris:
Best wishes to you!
May your new job be fun and rewarding!!
Peace :)