Christ has set us free to live a free life. So take your stand! Never again let anyone put a harness of slavery on you.
Saturday I got a ton done. Between 7:30 and 10:00 I made banana bread and a huge breakfast for myself (two eggs, four pieces of bacon, two pieces of toast, and a big glass of OJ), washed all the dishes, cleaned the kitchen, folded the laundry, cleaned the bathroom sink and toilet, picked up the house, and made the bed. Then at 10:00 Ian and I went to Worcester, where after some travail we met up with my long-lost pal Amanda Pollack. The three of us then zipped off to play a couple games of bowling (why should two games of bowling for 3 people cost $30? I ask you.) followed by ice cream at Ulhman’?s. I had black raspberry chip, which was quite tasty, and in keeping with my plan to try their flavors alphabetically so as not to be paralyzed by choice. Then Ian dropped me off at home, where I ate a most of a Everything Sandwich while he dropped Amanda off. By 2:00 I had set off for my first 50-mile ride of the weekend.