Day Two Thirty Eight

I knew he was ready and I felt it would happen like this, but still I was flabbergasted when we decided to take Luke’s training wheels off.

At first he was struggling on the sidewalk and I suggested we go to someplace a little more open. He picked a park that has a large cement area that he has seen kids riding their bikes around in.

Glory be the minivan so moments later we were all aboard and at the park and I kid you not, he just got on and rode.
and rode
and
rode
and rode
and rode.

After that we had hamburgers and milkshakes.

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