None of the Above

09.12.2007 | 2:00 pm

Today’s Susan’s “scan” day — which means a week from now we’ll know whether the chemo’s continuing to do its job. I stayed home from work to take care of the twins while Susan did her CT scan and then came home and crashed. 

I’m an anxious ball of nerves, and I’m going to be like this ’til this time next week.

It occurs to me that there’s going to be a week like this every quarter for pretty much ever. I don’t like the thought of that.

Trying Something Different
A few weeks ago, I asked whether I ought to do the e100, Lotoja, or the 24 Hours of Grand Targhee. As many of you noticed, I was leaning heavily toward doing the 24 Hour Race.

Since then, I’ve been thinking, though. Here are the things I’ve been thinking about:

  1. The race is on September 15.
  2. Susan’s birthday is also on September 15.
  3. Birthdays mean nothing to me.
  4. Birthdays mean a lot to Susan.
  5. If I do this race, I’ll be gone on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday — three of the days of the “anxious week” during which we’re wondering what the results of Susan’s scan are.

Thinking about all these things, a wild thought occurred to me: what if I stayed home on my wife’s birthday and made her a cake? Possibly, even, the best cake in the world? And furthermore, what if I wrapped her presents, instead of handing them to her in the boxes they arrived in (or at least wrapping the boxes up)?

And last of all, what if I stuck around and took Susan out to a dinner and movie on her birthday, to take both our minds off the Big Questions we otherwise can’t seem to get out of our heads?

It’s so crazy, it just might work!


  1. Comment by dawn | 09.12.2007 | 2:03 pm

    Yes, it just might work! I think you should go with that crazy new plan, maybe you can make it a new tradition.

  2. Comment by eclecticdeb | 09.12.2007 | 2:18 pm

    Hmmmm, had we been privy to that bit of b-day information, I’m pretty sure that responses would have been quite a bit different.

    Take your wife out somewhere nice and get her something special and sparkly. Or (this gets me really hot), do the dishes and clean the toilet wearing nothing but yellow rubber gloves and boxer briefs. For me, there’s nothing much sexier than a man who is cleaning. (Better make sure the kids are at the ‘rents first.)

  3. Comment by Badder | 09.12.2007 | 2:22 pm

    Wow, don’t let my wife hear you talking like that. You’re raising the bar to an uncomfortable level.

    But be that as it may. It’s just a race. Treat the wife and enjoy your time together. It will be something you’ll never regret having done.

  4. Comment by Big Mike In Oz | 09.12.2007 | 2:35 pm

    4 weeks ago my wife flew 3000 miles to celebrate my 40th birthday. I stayed home. So with new batteries in the remote I spoiled myself rotten once the kids were in bed.

    In 3 weeks time she turns 35. And it coincides with the state masters games. So as payback I’ll be 150 miles away for 3 days attempting to validate my manhood.

    But please don’t follow my lead. My mother, my wife and the local preist all think I’m a bad role model.

  5. Comment by chtrich | 09.12.2007 | 2:40 pm

    Change is good! Spoil your wife this year.

  6. Comment by Kris | 09.12.2007 | 2:48 pm

    A recent survey revealed that most women have fantasized about having two men … one to cook, the other to clean.

    (Adapted from a greeting card I gave my wife a while back.)

    As a consolation prize for your self-sacrifice, wanna join me and few other guys for a Blackhawk trail ride on the 29th?

  7. Comment by eunicesara | 09.12.2007 | 2:55 pm

    so, how severely did Susan have to beat you the first decade so that you would remember (1) that Susan has a birthday and (2) that it is on the same date every year. I loved my dad to death, but he had no idea how old I was (33 years younger than he). Sounds like Susan gets exhausted pretty quickly some days. Don’t plan so much that it can’t be done. Definitely forego the races (without too many deep and despairing sighs).
    Option 1. The most outrageously expensive hotel with room service and a balcony overlooking the city lights; Option 2. Rent a cabin in a State or National Park – roast hot dogs, marshmallows, peach cobler in a can, and share time contemplating the infinity of the universe. Star gazing is so calming. And the kids can come along!

  8. Comment by Ed W | 09.12.2007 | 3:04 pm

    My advice: Make her dinner, something she likes immensely. Buy her a copy of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “Sonnets from the Portuguese” – a collection of love poem, and read it aloud to her. Finally, rub her feet.

    You’re truly a lucky man.

  9. Comment by KeepYerBag | 09.12.2007 | 3:04 pm

    Hey, I think it’s great that you want to bake a cake for Susan.

    Are you going to let her eat any of it?

  10. Comment by Grams | 09.12.2007 | 3:20 pm

    There is nothing more loving you could do than remind her why she is Number One in your life. The story of the “Gift of the Magi” comes to mind . . .

  11. Comment by Marrock | 09.12.2007 | 3:24 pm

    She’s going to wonder who you are and what you did with her husband…

  12. Comment by KatieA | 09.12.2007 | 3:27 pm

    The simple things like being there, wrapping presents and making a cake would totally rock. :)

    Best birthday ever – my boyfriend ran me a bath, put the cd player on, got me a book and a glass of champers and just let me chill out in there for a couple of hours.

    You could even pretend that you’re going to the race, then get someone to take her out to the shops, and then sneak home and prepare some big surprise as well (cooking, cleaning…) so that when she gets home she gets a bigger shock!

  13. Comment by aussie kev | 09.12.2007 | 3:41 pm

    Ed W has it spot on – just add a bottle of Moet and you will become Mr Fat cyclist – “husband of the decade)

    even set it up as a surprise like KatieA mentions


  14. Comment by David | 09.12.2007 | 4:09 pm

    Stay home, bake cakes, cook food, use lots of butter and eggs. The ROI relative to future trips/races will be very high.

  15. Comment by CanadianSteve | 09.12.2007 | 4:20 pm


    Today was the 1st anniversary of my wife’s cancerous tumur removal and I forgot. She called me at work at 2pm just to say Hi and didn’t say much.
    It was not until dinner when I noticed that flowers she bought for herself
    It was then, I put 2 and 2 together. I am a schmuk- it is not too late for you.
    Make this weekend a celebration for Susan as she did for you at
    Leadville. Don’t feel Like I do now.

  16. Comment by Nick | 09.12.2007 | 4:33 pm

    Susan and I have the same birthday. Virgos represent!

    And if you need a hookup for a sweet hotel to have a romantic night out (or even just staying out late and sleeping in a comfy bed), drop me a line. I’ve got excess frequent flier miles and hotel points.

  17. Comment by cheapie | 09.12.2007 | 4:52 pm

    if you decide not to race and stay with her, make sure you get all your friends to call and ask when you’re going. then you can repeatedly say, “i’m not going. i’m staying with my wife on her b-day because i love her.” make sure she’s within earshot.


  18. Comment by Daddystyle | 09.12.2007 | 4:54 pm

    Selfish @#$%^&^% [ I mean that in a real nice way] had we been aware of option 4 I know my vote would have been all about SUSAN. We know you will do the right thing. Have a fun weekend with the wife and kids. She will love you for it and so will I and I have never even met you.

    Ride on.

  19. Comment by walter | 09.12.2007 | 5:01 pm

    Obviously, you know what to do. Happy Birthday, Susan!! (Of course, you know that you’ll now have to share the recipe for the world’s best cake.) We, in turn, will be crossing fingers & toes, thinking positive thoughts, etc.

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  21. Comment by gian | 09.12.2007 | 5:05 pm

    you truly are a renaissance man. don’t forget the flowers wrapped in plastic with a barcode sticker on it from the local megamart.

  22. Comment by Tg | 09.12.2007 | 5:05 pm

    Fatty, You left out this VERY important information from the original survey. I think in your heart of hearts, you know what you should do and will do the right thing. Happy Birthday, Susan! Keep turning the cranks. Praying for good news from the scans.

  23. Comment by Barb | 09.12.2007 | 5:33 pm

    This is a no-brainer, right?

    Positive thoughts to Susan for good results on her scan.

  24. Comment by | 09.12.2007 | 5:42 pm

    I hate to be the one who’s “the downer”, but this couldn’t help but get me to thinking long and hard. I thought, at first, “I shouldn’t even comment on this. I’d just take the room down, like, 50 notches”. But then I thought again, and I thought about how what you said is SO very important. Then I wondered, in his humor, did he realize just how profound what he said really is. The fact that you have just pointed out one of the most overlooked points in life.
    Sadly I lost my father to cancer about fourteen year ago (ON Fathers Day no less). The reason I bring this up is I was just young enough to be too stupid (which the average person is until their mid to late twenties) to catch the point you just made. What that story tells, is the key part of life that most people miss, until it’s too late. It’s part of why I got back into cycling. People have a dreadful habit of not appreciating what they have, until it’s too late. You, my friend, get it. Never lose sight of the important things, the things that really matter. Take a days run to watch the trees change in the fall, or the scenery pass by. Take that five extra minutes before you leave to kiss the family goodbye, that half hour to teach the young ones to ride their bike… not complain that your tired. They’ll remember what you do for an eternity, make it worth remembering.
    Sorry if this was a downer but if one person takes that extra five minutes, wasn’t it worth it? You two seem absolutely wonderful. My thoughts and prayers go out to you!

  25. Comment by Rocky | 09.12.2007 | 6:14 pm

    It’s a dangerous precedent for the long term, but then, under the circumstances, it’s likely a memory that she will hang on to for a long time – either way you go. Which memory do you want her to have? The one where cycling took over her birthday at a very dark time in her life? Or the one where her birthday was brightened as you and your wee ones (not so wee) fuss over her in celebration?

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  27. Comment by Anonymous | 09.12.2007 | 6:39 pm

    not to be mushy, but I think that would be the sweetest thing to do — you are a good man

  28. Comment by Anonymous | 09.12.2007 | 6:42 pm

    one other thing — i know where i work the scans are read within 24 (at most 48 hours) of when they were performed — if your oncologist is a nice guy, maybe he/she would be willing to give susan an early birthday gift…

    i know this may not be your style, but just a thought.

  29. Comment by formertdfan | 09.12.2007 | 6:49 pm

    don’t know why the previous posts came over anonymous

  30. Comment by Susan/Mrs. F.C. | 09.12.2007 | 6:50 pm

    Sorry folks, the suprise isn’t going to happen since I read this blog every day. But Elden always gets lots of brownie points for blogging nice things about me. He might even get a few extra brownie points if my boxes are actually wrapped up this year.

    Kinda funny but I was the one that kept telling him to go and do the race even though it was on my birthday. That he had never done a 24 solo and why not try. I think I must have reverse psyched him. I didn’t mean to. Really I didn’t.

  31. Comment by boots | 09.12.2007 | 7:27 pm

    You, Elden, sound to me to be a prince among men. And I am confident you will
    make the right decision. In the words of a certain French queen: “let them eat
    cake.” Of course she later misplaced her head, but that is another story.

  32. Comment by aussie kev | 09.12.2007 | 7:27 pm

    guess none of thought you would read it every day did we !!!!!

    keep well


  33. Comment by Susan/Mrs. F.C. | 09.12.2007 | 7:27 pm

    Also, thanks to everyone for all the great words of encouragement and for your positive vibes. Elden and I appreciate all your support more than you know!

  34. Comment by Born4Lycra | 09.12.2007 | 8:17 pm

    Well I am thinking you should ride. Just think about yourself. Sue can handle the kids she’s done it before. It’s just another birthday why get carried away about this one. At least you will be happy and having fun trying new things. Sue will be there when you get back like she always is. Definitely go for the ride.
    See how much of a dickhead I sound like?

  35. Comment by McQ | 09.12.2007 | 9:13 pm

    My wife goes in every 6 months for her c-scan. I was very positve during the whole chemo / radiation thing. Maybe some denial mixed in with the positive thoughts. Now that we’re in remission, I’m suddenly scared to death when she does these bi-yearly checks.

    But then the logical part reminds me that if it comes back it is good to catch it soon and fight it.

    Hang in there and enjoy the now with those you love. Now is all we have – what better way than spending it with someone we love.

  36. Comment by Clydesteve | 09.12.2007 | 10:24 pm

    Always do right. That will gratify some of the people, and astonish the rest.

    Mark Twain

    Up above $10,000 donated to my LIVESTRONG Challenge ride to fight cancer and encourage those in the fight.

  37. Comment by gewwez | 09.12.2007 | 10:35 pm

    My wife’s birthday too on the 15th. Wouldn’t dream of being anywhere but with her, and I think you should too.

  38. Comment by buckythedonkey | 09.12.2007 | 11:01 pm

    Amazon? Good grief man, you can do better than that! You might do better here:

  39. Comment by Gordon in Melbourne | 09.12.2007 | 11:03 pm

    I think we all know what the answer is so can you freeze some cake and send it to Australia.

    Good luck to Susan….being sick (and I’ve never been as sick as someone having chemo/ratiation) is a bummer for all concerned.

  40. Comment by Yukirin Boy | 09.13.2007 | 2:30 am

    The best cake in the world – who can resist that! where was that link for it.
    I think your spot on – I’m sure you’ll tell us how the plan came together.

    Here’s wishing for good news in a weeks time.

  41. Comment by Orbea Girl | 09.13.2007 | 2:53 am

    You know what to do don’t you? Make Sep 15 a really special day for all the family but especially for Susan. Ask her what she’d like to do on her birthday. Don’t surprise her with something, most women don’t really like “surprises”. We like to know what’s happening so that we can look forward to it and dress appropriately.

    Whatever you do, have a wonderful and memorable day and don’t forget to tell us all about it afterwards. Meanwhile, we’ll all be praying for positive scan news.

  42. Comment by Den | 09.13.2007 | 4:17 am

    Sometimes – believe it or not – it’s more important NOT to ride the bike.

    I know, I know, sometimes the things I say scare me too.

  43. Comment by Al Maviva | 09.13.2007 | 4:45 am

    Holy crap! Your wife has a birthday?

    Hmmm… I wonder if mine has one too?

  44. Comment by SkinnyCyclist | 09.13.2007 | 4:57 am

    Oh, your plan will work. As long as there is not a bike helmet, arm warmers, new pedals, etc. in the box of presents!

  45. Comment by Lowrydr | 09.13.2007 | 4:57 am

    Here’s another vote for Susan Day. My wife had her’s last Sat. and turned 50. She was a little miffed that the friends found out and came over. But she got over it real quick with a great cook-out to boot.

    Great hope and prayers for the Scan results Susan. And Happy Birthday early. Dang I would of sent a card (I’m slow that way).

  46. Comment by Mrs. C. | 09.13.2007 | 4:57 am

    I was wondering if Mrs F.C. was reading along. Here’s an early wish for a Happy Birthday, Susan. Our prayers are with you this week while you’re waiting.

    On a side note: I vote for EdW as Smartest Man Alive! Take note, boys. Wow!

  47. Comment by sans auto | 09.13.2007 | 5:53 am

    You all got taken, don’t let Fatty off that easy.
    Let’s look at the facts.

    1) He’s known that his wife’s birthday was the same day as the 24 hour race for a long time.

    2) He knew that in the long run, the wife’s birthday would provide an easy out of a race that scared him (although spending time with the wife is the right thing to do)

    3) He has already implemented his super human eating abilities to lose some of the fitness he had gained training for Leadville.

    Now let’s see, I have an idea. We sell the readers on this 24 hour thing so that I can bail at the last minute and still look like a good guy (which he is). He just happens to have “slid” out of the late season big ride. I think it was premeditated. So what’s the replacement? what’s the big ride? You don’t think you can get out that easily, do you?

    Susan, good luck keeping that guy in line… and with the test results as well, we’re praying for you (and him).

  48. Comment by Mike Roadie | 09.13.2007 | 5:58 am


    Best of luck to Susan and you on the scan!! With all the positive vibes out here, it HAS to go well.

    I think she really wants you to do the 24hrs, so DO IT!!!!

    Hey everyone, thanks for helping me and Clydesteve raise money to fight cancer and honor Susan and others in their fight….please keep it up!!!!


    Steve, glad to see you made the $10K…are you coming to Austin?

  49. Comment by mark | 09.13.2007 | 6:17 am

    Elden, for so many years in a row, my wife seemed to have a crappy birthday every year (either she was sick or we were traveling or I had a business trip–you get the idea), that last year I instituted a plan wherein she gets a second, floating (un)birthday each year, to be redeemed on the day of her choice. This year, she chose September 15th as the day (one week after she drove support for me during Lotoja).

    So here’s what we’re doing to celebrate: Friday evening we’re getting a sitter and going mountain biking together (she was inspired to take up cycling by this blog), then on Saturday I am going to grill carne asada and invite some friends over to do a vanilla ice cream taste test for her food blog (link above). For (un)birthday gifts, she is getting a new (pink) cycling helmet and gloves because she cracked her helmet and tore up her gloves in a crash two weeks ago.

    For all the guys out there who don’t think birthdays are a big deal, I highly recommend the floating (un)birthday. It’s a useful tool for generating brownie points, especially if you are inclined to spend much of the year training for big events or if you have the nasty habit of celebrating your own birthday (or worse yet, anniversary, as one of my friends does) on your spring Moab trip.

  50. Comment by Tikki | 09.13.2007 | 6:31 am

    Do you need a good cake recipe? I’ve got tons. Just tell me what kind.

  51. Comment by Good Life | 09.13.2007 | 6:40 am

    Very nice thought indeed!

  52. Comment by Bitter (Lissee) | 09.13.2007 | 6:56 am

    Um, yeah. Don’t do the race, stay home. I’m thinking you won’t regret it.

  53. Comment by Dopey | 09.13.2007 | 7:03 am

    That may be the best idea you have ever had.

  54. Comment by Gillian | 09.13.2007 | 7:13 am

    “Birthdays mean nothing to me.
    Birthdays mean a lot to Susan. ”

    Sounds like my little family. I’ve browbeat my husband into spoiling me rotten on my day (which was 2 weeks ago, VIRGOS REPRESENT!) I’m proud of my sista Susan who has clearly done the same. Have a great (and healthy) one. PS – The best cake in the world is yellow with chocolate icing. If you ask me.

  55. Comment by BurkeInTheOzarks | 09.13.2007 | 7:29 am

    My wife and I have both never been into making a big deal over birthdays as far as big parties or big presents go – we have always just bought the things we want/need when we can afford to do so, regardless of the day of the year.

    However, I think spending those times together IS important, even more so after going through the pain/fear/anxiety of cancer treatment as both our wives have done. That experience made me realize just how fragile our lives on earth are and how much the little things really do matter. People can tell you that’s the case, as countless movies, books, etc. do, but until you experience that fragility firsthand, it’s hard to grasp. Eunicesara’s option 2 sounds like an ideal plan (unless Susan is up for something completely different, of course).

    Susan, you’re quite a lady for encouraging FC to do the 24 hour race but, really, he can fit that in another time… Plus, doesn’t he have a shoulder that need to be tended to some time soon?

  56. Comment by Rachel | 09.13.2007 | 8:17 am

    I have a recipe for the best dark chocolate cake in the world if you need it. With cream cheese frosting.

    Happy Birthday, Susan! Hope you enjoy your day with your family!

  57. Comment by Mike Roadie | 09.13.2007 | 8:24 am

    Sorry…..that’s !!!!!!!

  58. Comment by KT | 09.13.2007 | 8:47 am

    Hmmm.. my dad’s birthday was Monday. Virgos, WOOT! :)

    Susan: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! Hope it’s a really good day, and that you and your family have a lot of fun and forget to worry about the results. I’m confident for you, here’s a load of good karma for your birthday (shoot, what’s the icon for karma???) :)

    Elden, I think you should ask Susan what she really wants to do on her birthday. Then do it. Definitely do the special dinner and best cake in the world. Definitely wrap her presents, but don’t just set them out too early.

    And yes, EdW has the best ideas. What a guy. He’s dreamy.

  59. Comment by Clydesteve | 09.13.2007 | 9:08 am

    Mike Roadie – Well, I got my $10,000 just under the wire. Yesterday was the deadline, and I got the invite to register for Ride for the Roses email from LAF. So… I signed up. I am not yet sure if I can swing the airfare & hotel, and I need to sell my dear wife on the idea, (I think I got thoses two items backwards!) but I am, at this point, hoping.

    For those clueless as to what Mike & I are talking about: We signed up to raise funds and ride in one of the 3 LIVESTRONG Challenge rides, as you know, since we have both been incessently pestering you. The Lance Armstrong Foundation’s signature event is Ride for the Roses, held this time around concurrently with the Austin LIVESTRONG event. To qualify for Austin, it was required to raise at least $10,000.

    It is not too late to donate for my ride in Portland.

  60. Comment by Boz | 09.13.2007 | 9:30 am

    Me thinks it’s unananimous. Susan comes first. Since it’s not my wife’s birthday, I’m going to the Fat Tire Fest in Hayward, Wi. The 1700 rider mass start for the Cheq 40 is not to be missed. She’s on call and will probably shop all weekend. On second thought, maybe I should stay home…

  61. Comment by Marrock | 09.13.2007 | 9:37 am

    Hmmm… the only rides I have to look forward to is the one to the grocery store on friday and then the laundromat over the weekend.

    Sounds kinda sad by comparison.

  62. Comment by cheapie | 09.13.2007 | 10:17 am

    boz…that ride always sounds sweet. is it a lottery to get in?

  63. Comment by Boz | 09.13.2007 | 11:16 am

    Cheapie – that event is lottery based, the 40 gets 1700 riders and the short & fat has 800 spots. Starts in Hayward and ends in Cable. Uses some of the Birkie trails, the greatest XC race in the U.S. It would be nice to get in, I’ll get my entry in as soon as it opens for next year. I’m gonna start with the short & fat, since I’m kinda tall & fat.

  64. Comment by rexinsea | 09.13.2007 | 12:31 pm

    Birthdays are important. It’s the one day that is a unique celebration just for you. We all have to share the regular holidays with everybody else. Since Susan already knows your thinking of staying home, talk to her and pick some great activity she would like to do, make all the arrangements, take pictures and create some great memories.

    We recently spent the weekend hiking with the family becuase it’s what my wife wanted to do for her birthday. She really appreciated the time.

    Heck, having a 24 hour race to cross off the to do list next year will be good motivation for all those winter days you’ll spend on the trainer in the garage in a few months.


  65. Comment by Brewinman | 09.13.2007 | 12:34 pm

    Um, DUH!

  66. Comment by Philly Jen | 09.13.2007 | 12:35 pm

    I agree, take Susan out somewhere indulgent, but low key. (Like, an all-out, big-ticket, use-it-or-lose-it shopping spree at the best beading place in your neck of the woods. Followed by some good eats.) And leave your very able boys in charge of having The Best Cake in the World waiting for you when you get home, to share with the whole family. This would minimize your multitasking — and your splorping!

    P.S. Hey, does the PO box in meatspace still work? I say we all send Susan some belated birthday cards.

  67. Comment by Jake | 09.13.2007 | 2:57 pm

    Stay home and forget about the race. Eat a bunch of cake and have a great evening. Best wishes to Susan and family.

  68. Comment by Fan of Susan | 09.13.2007 | 2:57 pm

    Wow. Badder was worried that FC was raising the bar a little high for you husbands in the audience but I think Mrs. FC just creamed us wives/girlfriends!!

    Lots of positive thoughts and best wishes for a good scan outcome as well as a lovely birthday!

  69. Comment by traildiva | 09.13.2007 | 3:45 pm

    Susan, have a great birthday and much pampering.

    Boz and everyone else doing Chequamegon: Good luck, have fun, and keep the inside parts on the inside. I’ll be doing bike patrol/EMS during the race weekend and don’t want to meet any of you in that capacity.

    Ride on!

  70. Comment by regina | 09.13.2007 | 4:31 pm

    I like the way you think. that is a great plan.

  71. Comment by UtRacerDad | 09.13.2007 | 7:20 pm

    What a great Idea then you could do the 24 hrs of Moab and be there for susans birthday

  72. Comment by Little1 | 09.13.2007 | 8:16 pm

    Hhmm you should not withhold such vital information.

    Stick home, the trails not going anywhere you can ride whenever BUT Susan’s birthday only happens once a year.

    Happy, Happy, Happy Birthday Susan. Have a super-fanta-astic day.

    (Sept 15, an awesome day for a birthday, we will celebrate in SA by having our wedding on this very same day!)

  73. Comment by kellene..the favorite oldest sister | 09.13.2007 | 8:22 pm

    Finally you adhere to your father’s wishes…”remember to C.T.R.”
    Yup…stay home and party with the fam!!!
    Make our favorite chocolate chip oatmeal cake too…you know the one!
    Happy birthday Susan!

  74. Comment by MBonkers | 09.13.2007 | 9:14 pm

    I think FC is just bailing cuz his shoulder is hurting.
    He just wants us all to believe he’s a great guy and cycling doesn’t hold a death grip on his life.
    If it were me, I’d ask for the worlds best mashed potatos over the cake any day.

  75. Comment by flossy | 09.15.2007 | 1:14 am

    Happy birthday Susan, have a great day and postive vibes for a good result on the scan.

  76. Comment by formertdfan | 09.15.2007 | 3:22 pm

    I >love

  77. Comment by Blue | 09.15.2007 | 7:50 pm

    Happy Birthday Susan!!!!!!

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