As we move forward, virtually all of our tasks and efforts will be “moto” oriented. This “motoness”, and yes I’m going to hate and curse both spellcheck and autocorrect with each newly defined motoactivity.
Everything will revolve around our motolives. We’ll have motopreparation with motolists, motothoughts, motoorganization, motonavigation using motomaps, motomeals, motomoney, motophotography, mototherapy, motomaintenance, motosafety, etc.
While this may be viewed as motomadness by some, those people that ride motorcycles will likely relate to this perspective and those that don’t ride may need to experience two wheeled travel to appreciate what drives and feeds this interest.
Often times, it can be difficult to find the positive side of what appears to be a lousy situation. And each time I find myself thinking along those lines, I have to remember that more often than not, there’s good that comes with the bad.
About six weeks ago, we were thrown a curve ball and we had to put our trip on hold. As I mentioned in my last post, I’m stubborn and wasn’t willing to just give up. With a little patience, that curve ball turned into an opportunity. We were presented a challenge and it required us to focus and work outside our comfort zone, reflect on our approach, and ultimately trust our instincts.
Consequently, this optimism has prevailed and the trip is on again!