The Goddess expressed her wish to hear our voices. Her wish is my command.
I’ll never understand why I look and sound so strange in these videos. In real life I look fairly normal. My voice is relatively normal. The Greg I see here is more like some kind of alien being.
As mentioned in my 49-second monologue above, the most powerful goddess of all provided me with a great day for a bike ride. In accordance with another one of her wishes, there is a map of my ride and you can see it by clicking on this thing:
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32079478 (That didn’t seem to work. If you’re interested, which would be quite surprising, you can type that link.)
Every time I ride my bike, I see SOMETHING that reminds me of a song. Emily has said that too and I bet many others also find that to be true. (In my case, I’m reminded of songs whenever I do almost anything. Sometimes I think The Feeshko gets irritated when we’re walking the dog and, for example, I point to a sign that says “Please Pick Up After Your Dog” and I burst into “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign / blockin’ out the scenery blastin’ my mind / do this, don’t do that / can’t you read the sign.”
I worry about being overwhelmed by all the challenges out there, so I figured it would make it easier for me to combine Kathleen’s Cycle Life Challenge with my own March Song Challenge. It WAS easy. See for yourself.
I could go on and on like this, but it was time to make my qualifying purchase. I headed up to the grocery store, as I do almost every day. On this day I had to pick up a couple of things for the stir fry I was planning for this evening’s meal.
I only contributed $6 to the local economy. It was just an onion and some broccoli — my two favorite vegetables and required ingredients for my stir fry — and that was about all I could fit into my handlebar bar. I’m riding my skinny tire bike because The Reckless Mr. Bing Bong is still in the shop for a tune-up.
P.S. Did anybody identify all the songs and performers without the aid of Google?