Sharyn Spiva

LIFE IS A ROAD OF MANY TURNINGS by Sharyn Spiva (1962)
LIFE IS A ROAD OF MANY TURNINGS by Sharyn Spiva (1962)
Sharyn Spiva 1963
Sharyn Spiva 1963
Sharyn Spiva
Sharyn Spiva

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whoever says life ends after 60 ought to ride a bike. I caught the bug and now look for century and double century rides that include challenging hills and 35 mph descents.

Married to a great guy for 12 years, my daughter and two grandsons surround me with love and encouragement. Bob and I sing in our Baptist Church choir and I bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to 5-year olds in an Awana Program in Shingle Springs.

Our Arbian gelding is in his senior years while our two kitties watch turkeys and deer roam through our five acres. When Im not riding, I can be seen walking our dog around a 1 1/2 mile loop that circles the hill below our home.

I also knit and crochet caps for newborns that are donated to a local hospital and carry my digital camera hoping to catch an award-winning photo.

We call the foothills near Placerville “home” as our circle of friends continues to grow.

Like Anne of Green Gables says, “Every day is a new beginning with no mistakes in it.” Yesterday is already a dream, And tomorrow is only a vision. But today, well lived, Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, And every tomorrow a vision of hope.

Sharyn Spiva with pet
Sharyn Spiva with pet
Sharyn Spiva on bike
Sharyn Spiva on bike
Sharyn Spiva selecting bike
Sharyn Spiva selecting bike

 

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