Jan 2, 2003 7:17 AM
|Hey man.... why are you selling your P3? Nice pics on ebay by the way. 17 bids is a good start! Good luck on it... just curious, did it really help out in your split times? thanks|
|wow; word gets out fast||DougSloan|
Jan 2, 2003 8:37 AM
|Hadn't even mentioned it here.
I'm getting out of competition. Can't see having a $5,000 bike just hanging in the garage collecting dust.
Yes, I probably should keep it for when I get back into things later. But, my personality is such that if I have it, I will want to use it. It's sort of like an alcoholic getting rid of all the booze in the house. Must remove temptation.
|Oh please...who are you trying to kid?||PsyDoc|
Jan 2, 2003 9:39 AM
|Doug, based on what you have posted here, you could have nothing more than a unicycle hanging around and you would compete on it! I think you are doing a wise thing by selling the P3 now, because by the time you get back into competing (in a year or two when Luke becomes your greatest fan?) like you were doing in the past who knows what kind of new technology will have come into play. |
How was Luke's first Christmas? Sean barely played with his new toys, but really did not get into opening gifts or anything. It took him about a 3-5 days after Christmas before he began playing a lot with them. I think he had to get used to them being around first.
Jan 2, 2003 11:36 AM
|Not a sure thing, but it reduces the temptation. It's all an odds game.
Luke was fun; here are some photos: http://www.midcalracing.com/luke/luke1202.htm#Christmas
Of course, he like the ribbons and boxes as much as the gifts. I really likes riding in this little bitty old fashioned wagon we got.
Got any photos?
Jan 3, 2003 11:43 AM
|I upload photos about every week to the family website to keep the relatives, all live out-of-state, updated on his growth. http://www.teamwhatley.com/baby
Luke is cracking me up...what a great personality.