I’m half crazy all for the love of you

Slogging through a rough week, this cheerful bicycle appeared on my doorstep last night:

Bicycle buit for two

I read the note and immediately broke down in tears. That’s a good thing overall – I have come to believe that tears can indicate the presence of God.

The most lovely, happy, heartfelt ANONYMOUS note was attached to it, and the givers went to great lengths to make sure they weren’t seen in the process. So I can’t thank them personally.

But they did indicate that they read my blog. So I hope they see this here.

Thank you. Right now, I don’t know what else to say. You have my gratitude and my heart. My admiration for pulling this off. And my marvel at the two seats on this sweet ride, reminding me that I do not have to go it alone.

Know that you are the presence of God in my life. And the enabler of some good cheer that keeps on rolling!

Love,
Marie

16 thoughts on “I’m half crazy all for the love of you

  1. Life Cycle
    This is a special bike that’s not very good at listening to excuses, so it takes you exactly where you really want to go & if you kick & scream it makes you pedal harder & go up steeper hills until you’re too out of breath to complain & after awhile, if you’re lucky, you start to see that it doesn’t really matter if you laugh or cry, because it just wants to ride like the wind

  2. Love this – you are the magnet for such love, you know! Peace, and hoping the slogging gets lighter Peace+ J

    From: Adventures in Spiritual Living Reply-To: Adventures in Spiritual Living Date: Monday, August 19, 2013 10:10 PM To: Subject: [New post] Im half crazy all for the love of you

    WordPress.com Marie Colantoni Pechet posted: “Slogging through a rough week, this cheerful bicycle appeared on my doorstep last night: I read the note and immediately broke down in tears. That’s a good thing overall – I have come to believe that tears can indicate the presence of God. The m”

  3. This brought tears to MY eyes. What a perfect gift! The generous giver is right. You don’t have to go it alone and you are never alone. You have made such a difference in so many people’s lives. Thank you for inspiring us.

  4. Marie, my family had a yellow tandem bicycle when I was growing up—a real favorite among the seven children. Just the other day I saw a couple out riding a tandem and was reminded of how much fun it is. Should you ever want a riding ‘partner’ give me a holler.

    love, L

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