Monday, November 17, 2003

There's a (relatively) new blog in town that I am finding fascinating. It's called Big Time Food Issues Road Trip, and is subtitled, "Can five and a half weeks on the back of a Harley overcome twenty-five years of eating disorders?" It's the story of Jill and Charlie's cross-country trip from the west coast to Florida. Jill has bulimia, and she is very open about how this issue colors her perspective of most things. I commented on her site that it reminds me of reading "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance", and it does. She tells about their physical journey on the bike, but there is also a spiritual journey unfolding in her struggle with bulimia. I recommend highly checking out this site.

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