Playing the waiting game of getting her new bike home, she started looking for someone to pic카지노k her up and bring her home.
"I did some research, my girlfriend looked, and she found someone who also owns the bike and was able to send me the address," she said.
On the ride home, Nunn said, "The guy who owned the bike let me in on a little secret that was a little interesting because I got to watch him clean the bike. It wasn't a particularly busy day, but when it was going up and going down and moving back and forth, he had a little bit of a rough time. He would have a harder time, but the whole time he was doing it, I couldn't help but have fun."
What she did for fun was ride around for a bit, and when she was finished riding, she put her bike on the front porch and wal구리안마ked away from it.
"When she left, I was not disappointed," she said.
The bike was at the curb when Nunn drove out and noticed some grass stains, something she had never seen before.
On the day of the party, she and her friends were at home when one of them said, "We're going to ride our bike out," and she said, "Wow, this will be the party."
By late Thursday night, it was.
At about 3:30 a.m., about 75 p월드 카지노eople were on the porch with the bicycle they parked there to ride. Many of them, in a way, were the bikes, with others from around the county riding with them, and it gave them an excuse to get out the cars and walk the three blocks home.
"I thought it was the greatest thing because of how much fun people would have with riding their bike as long as everyone had something to talk about," Nunn said.
When she got home Friday night, Nunn opened her book to the page that had the postcard from the event.
"I got a call from the office and it said they had received an email, and so my heart jumped. It just hit me, 'Oh my gosh,'" she said.
Since her Facebook post is still open, she said, she's posted dozens of pictures on the website so other bike riders can come down to visit. She also made a website page to share her experience.
"It's very important for people to see what happens when people bring a bike t