Here is his in the Iron Horse magazine for Back Yard Chopper builders. (Sept 2011) So wild how this worked out. He needed a part for the bike when to the motorcycle shop to pick it up. A guy walks out sees him get off his bike..they chats a bit and then Randy goes into get the part, comes out the guy is still there and asks him if he wants to be in an magazine with his bike...So wild as he just finished building it, his dream bike.
So why am I sharing this...Sunday he came to the art fair to purchase a coffee cup for me because the artist didn't take debit or charge cards...silly me had now cash I'm so use to using that debit.. So he did and purchased the coffee cup and gave it to me. (its the simple things in life that really matter) And then he said he was going to go to visit his cousin down south..hot day but a good day for a ride he thought. He would come back and help me take down my art fair regalia and pack up and head home.
There as been something short of amazing between the two of us, we've always allowed the exploration of individual creativity to be present. Allow each other the time to grow and it's such a specially gift to get someone. Randy wants to get a bike for the both of us..Oh that would be nice, I grow up around motorcycle and had my days with mini bikes, go carts and snow mobiles...oh to the smell of gasoline and dirt bikes running does something to me, any ways.. I can't see us both doing this, it's his as to say, His thing to be a motorcycle rider and builder. So I hope he changes his mind and buys a new motor and continues being the most interesting man in my life, who follows his passion and dreams. Someone just recently shared these words that are so simple and mean so much...and we forget to say them till it too late. "I Love You"
I know silly but when you've been with someone for so long you hurt right along side of them.