Tomorrow you will not read any of my stories. Okay, you won't read many of my stories. That's because I'm planning on taking the day off. I have a big day: I'll be taking my motorcycle road test.
Some might be wondering why I need the day off to do that. Sure, the DMV has long lines, but an entire day? The answer is: when you live in New York City, you have to plan a day. Not only do I have to take the test, but then I have to wait in line to have my license changed. Disaster.
I think I'm ready. I have to be up front, though. While I am taking my "motorcycle" test, and if I pass I will have my motorcycle license, I'm really taking the test on a scooter. See, in New York you have to have a motorcycle license for any two-wheeled automobile that goes over 25 MPH. Mine goes 65. So yes, you're right that if I pass I will have my motorcycle license and will have NEVER had driven a motorcycle in my life.
In preparation for my test, I got a new helmet. I went online and bought one that made me the feel the most like my friend Chris who is currently in Air Force flight school. This is what I came up with:
Yup, be jealous. Be very jealous.
In other news, If I survive I will be doing an interview with Aleksander Danilov of everydayRADIO and Taking Back America on blogtalkradio.com. You can read the tease here and tune in at 9 pm ET.
I have a feeling I'll be giving a full rundown of my motorcycle test.