When our child asked myself and others to fix his bike, I hesitated at first.
It was a blazing sizzling day and I truthfully didn’t want to leave the comfort of our cooling system. Then I decided that I could do this work for the sake of our child so he could have fun outside. When I stepped outside, it was hotter than I realized. It was genuinely humid too, and that didn’t make myself and others know any better. So I brought the bike over into a shady area and I got to work fixing the bike. The chain fell off and 1 of the pedals was broken, and fortunately, I had a spare pedal in the garage so I got that. I put the spare pedal on first and then I worked to get the chain back on. It took myself and others a little while, but when I was done, the bike was working great. My child was so excited and he went riding away on his bike after he thanked me. I was just excited to get back into the comfort of our in our home. A little later, our child came back and said his friends wanted to talk to me. A bunch of his friends were out there with more than 2 bike issues and they wanted to guess if I could service their bikes like I did for our son. I gave a heavy sigh realizing that I would be out there for hours in the heat fixing their bikes. I told them I would, and then I prepared myself to deal with the heat and humidity. At least I knew afterwards, I would be able to relax with the and watch some TV.