Tuesday, May 20, 2008

It's like it's my birthday or something...

I've always loved the sound of that big brown truck rolling up with boxes for me... now more than ever...


I got a whole bunch of really cool goodies the past few days/ weeks...
  • The jersey is from Donna Tocci and Bob- Bobke- Roll. Bob did a dealer event in Boston for Kryptonite and the two of them got me the jersey and Bob signed it with a "Get well soon- Bobke". Like I said in the Spokesmen Podcast yesterday, Bob even called me in the hospital... and I even remember a few sentences from the conversation.
  • The T-shirt is from Fritz and says "gravity is my secondary retention device". Oh so true.
  • The gift basket is from Peace Coffee in Minneapolis and was sent from Spencer and the crew (including Tim Hayes- aka Souper Wookie) from Little Guy Racing- a small and awesome team Masi sponsors. A big bag of yummy smelling coffee, a couple of mugs, some whole grain pancake mix and some delicious natural maple syrup.
  • The big beers are from my friend, former co-worker and bike shop owner MSV (no names... just initials to protect the invisible). Yes, I do believe I'll be having one tonight.
  • The bottle of wine and CDs come from my good friend Valeria Maltoni in Philadelphia. Nice Italian Chianti and some Italian music to soothe a weary and beat-up body and mind. Graziemille, bella.
Not pictured;
  • A great care package from Donna full of Boston's very own Dunkin Donuts coffee and coffee mugs and a few other goodies.
  • A set of new Sesame Street training wheels from the fine folks at Ritchey (I'll find a way to get you back for that one, KY...)
Thank you one and all. Sincerely. I don't know what I did to deserve you all. I'm more touched than I can ever tell you.

Tim

4 comments:

Esskay said...

Damn me and my model car. Address please? Im still working on it.

Super Rookie said...

Sure...give spencer all the credit.

:)

Get well soon!

Donna T. said...

Here's hoping that all of the good vibes (and good coffee etc) help in a speedy recovery.

Fritz said...

Training wheels, ha! Wish I thought of that one :-)