I have the Centric Safe seat on the bike because I prefer it to the ones that sit at the rear. My balance isn't the most perfect so this way my centre of gravity is localised. If DD wiggles a bit, I don't notice much. Also, I can see what she is doing.
It's hard to believe but DS has actually gone to sleep on the blue sloped bit at the front. He just lay his head down and dozed off. That is what it's for, but I didn't really think it would be used like that until it happened!
Ignore my butt. I hope to have buns of steel soon.
Pleased to see each other home.
The bus just didn't work. I really wanted it to! After all, they go right by the end of our street down to the bus stop outside my work place. But they didn't arrive at the time tabled time, so I was late for work. Then I waited an hour in the evening with no appearance of said time tabled bus - and gave up. DH came and got me.
So pedal power it is. It takes me 15 minutes to get from home to work. Fortunately for me, I can park my bike in the underground staff parking area so no Trevs can fiddle with it. (Not that it's a cool bike or anything but still, it's MINE).
Fortunately for my colleagues, there is a shower available for me to use in one of the buildings...
Yes it looks as if no one has cleaned it for the last 5 years but I'm trying to sort that out with the facilities manager.
And yes, the temperature is about 2 degree off flippin' freezing but it's very refreshing! *sucks in deep breath!*
One step closer to reducing my carbon footprint.