Samaya aka Fireball
2013 Honda® Shadow® Aero
2009 Honda® Shadow 750 Aero VT750C
The Purple Passion Palace
International Female Ride Day 5-5-18

Samaya aka Fireball

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Female, and in a relationship.  Birthday is June 26.  Owns a 2013 Honda® Shadow® Aero.  Religious view is RIDING MOTORCYCLES -- B-4 FRIENDING, I suggest reading my MORE INFORMATION.  Drinks socially.  Apathetic towards politics.  Lives in Spring Hill - (About 1 hr NW of Tampa), Florida  United States.  Member since April 2016.  Last online last week.

For your pleasure - You're welcome!!


Scott Steven
22 minutes ago
My wife had an accident and lead to death that's why I'm here looking for long term relationship that could lead to married

Samaya aka Fireball
22 minutes ago
Was it your fault? Did you kill your wife?

Scott Steven
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No is not my fault.....but I need to looking for another woman of my life
How long have you been single?

Samaya aka Fireball
13 minutes ago
Way too long. I'm tired of being single. It gets lonely

Scott Steven
12 minutes ago
I think we are looking for the samething

Samaya aka Fireball
11 minutes ago
What do you think about sky diving without parachutes. Or what about having ice picks placed in your eyes. Do you like that?

Scott Steven
8 minutes ago
Can you tell me little bout your personality

Samaya aka Fireball
5 minutes ago
Sure. I'm very adventurous. I like to have a lot of fun.

I like to go sky diving. I like my partner to do this without a parachute. I also like to operate a back-hoe. They're great to dig holes to bury people in. I like the beach too. Especially if you bury someone by the tide line up to their neck and then watch as they scream when the tide comes in...til the water covers them. Then they just gurgle.

What about you?
Samaya aka Fireball
24 seconds ago
Well, you're quite the guy. I think we should get married immediately. Get a big life insurance policy on you and then - we'll go sky diving. What do you say?


Scott Steven
2 minutes ago
Yes babe but we have to know each other bette

And then – I blocked him. I have to go get some stuff done. I’m riding in the morning!!
Oh welllllll will ya look at that...I just got a scammer wanting to chat with me. Stand by ....
You ROCK
Have a great weekend!
I probably should clarify the set backs I mentioned were not related to using - there have been NO use set-backs. I HAVE been clean for 4 years. I was NEVER a needle user. Nothing heavy, no meth, none of that. I liked fun - party drugs that made one 'social' and a want to dance and so forth. But now I just have fun without them. I love having a clear head -- and no hang-overs!!!
Happy Four Year Anniversary to me!

Four years ago today, lying in a tent, on an air-mattress (camping) - I made some major decisions that have positively impacted my life.

First, I decided that I needed to leave the toxic marriage I was in. I also made the choice to become 'clean'. Prior to this I was a sometimes recreational drug user.

It was a turning point for me and while there have been set backs here and there, the road has been mainly uphill - in a positive way.
Here scammer, scammer, scammer - I'm bored and feeling ornery, where is a scammer to toy with? LMAO!
Gee does the ass below not see my 'in a relationship' status? Nope, because he's a scammer and they just play the numbers waiting for someone to bite!

How about THIS adventure. He and I go sky-diving. He goes first - without a parachute.
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I like to be active and I tend to find the humor in life. It’s my feeling that people need adventure, laughter and passion....Let’s talk and see where life takes us..
Hi Your profile hits home with me and I like that you seem relaxed and very open. Life is to enjoy, laugh, communicate and have a connection with someone special who has a zest for life and all things in it. Like · Comment
I just can't even. I laughed too hard to respond to this one!


fence herpfence herp33 minutes agohi samaya,

am not too far away cause heart to heart conversation is not far,only the body is far i hope u understand me ???so now be my guest dear i want u only to run my race with love ...
At the far end of your tether
And your thoughts won't fit together
So you sleep light or whatever
And the night goes on forever
Then your mind change like the weather
Scammers are sooooo easy to spot. I mean how much more moronic can you get? And his latest - am I free for the week end. Well 1. As my profile says, I'm in a relationship. 2. As 'his' fake profile says he lives in Illinois. I'm in Florida - so - even if I was 'free' for the week end, someone explaing those logistics to me!



walter
December 30, 2019 See More
are you free for the weekend?

walter
December 12, 2019
okay, can i get to know you better?

Samaya aka Fireball
December 12, 2019
Five Foot

walter
December 12, 2019
lol, what you up to here?

Samaya aka Fireball
December 12, 2019
What I like to do in my free time: Stick pins in scammers eyes!

walter
December 12, 2019
hello samaya, how are you doing, can i get to know you better and what you like doing at your free time?
It wasn’t too long into this year when I suffered a motorcycle accident. A few of you have heard me say, that accident, knocked the ‘cockiness’ right out of me. I love to ride. I also know personally and intimately how dangerous motorcycles are – and how fortunate I am that the injuries sustained weren’t much worse.
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Healing took longer than I’d have expected and I didn’t ride near the miles in 2019 that I did in 2018. I was scarce sometimes as I healed physically and emotionally, embarked on a new relationship and had some other health issues, including a ‘scare’ that I may have had cancer (tests thank God, were negative).

One of my bucket list items since I got back on 2 wheels in 2016 was to get an IronButt designation. I wanted bragging rights and was cocky enough to say, “I can do this – no sweat".

In late 2018 I said, 2019 is the year, I’m going to do it. I was primed and ready with all the miles under my belt. Then the accident – ensuing healing issues and the things I've mentioned above – so, it didn’t look like 2019 was going to be the year after-all.

I only started to get my riding mo-jo back recently and then when 3 of my friends recently did theirs, the idea came to me – 2019 isn’t over – there is still time. Traffic will be lighter Christmas Day – and well why not finish the year that started with a ‘bang’ – with a different sort of ‘bang’!

So, yesterday – Brian and I rode over 1000 miles. On the record from my start to my end points, I clocked 1047 miles. Total from home back to home, makes it more like 1061. I did the ride and I’m glad I was able to accomplish it.

But there was a big difference – I did not set out from a ‘place’ of cockiness – but instead from a place of humble gratitude – for if there were any lessons I’ve learned a bit about in 2019 – they are those – humbleness – and gratitude.

Things I learned from yesterday’s ride in no certain order:

• I’ve got my mo-jo back.

• Getting receipts for gas is a pain in the arse – when they don’t print at the pump!

• Taking pics of the receipt next to one’s odometer is a pain when it’s windy!

• Stopping for gas to document you turned a corner – so to speak (like turning from I-95 onto I-10) gets old – especially when it means stopping more frequently!

• The last 200 miles are the hardest and the most dangerous. Don’t underestimate fatigue.

• 700-800 miles in a day is likely my ‘safe’ maximum. 600-700 is a better estimation. After that, fatigue set’s in and makes it difficult to fight cross winds or remain ‘sharp’. (Yes, I’m admitting limitations. This is called humbleness).

• Make CERTAIN your saddlebag lid is latched.

• If I had to do it over again – I would have left earlier so I rode more hours in the dark while I was ‘fresh’ than when I was tired. (I might also wait until the days are longer and it stays light out later).

• Riding long distance – on unknown roads - after dark - is not something I want to repeat.

• It is hard to "ride a line" (remain in your position in the lane) in the dark with oncoming lights, dry contacts and fatigue.

• It’s harder to be the lead bike, watch the road, the GPS and look back to ensure your partner is still there – especially in the dark when their lights blend into the cars behind. To those of you who lead safe rides. THANK YOU. My esteem for you – has gone up a few notches.

• It isn’t as ‘easy’ as it might sound to do 1000+ in 24-hours.

• I’m not sure why they call it IronButt and Saddlesore. My butt is one of a few places that don’t hurt. My back, arms, legs and hips – another story.

• Now – about that Mo-Jo …..

Special thank you to Brian – who accompanied me while I checked off a bucket-list item. I don’t know what we’ll do next Christmas, but it won’t take 800+ miles to eat ‘dinner’ at a Waffle House, I promise!
Plotted my gas stops today for the Ironbutt challenge!!
Tweaked my route some. Avoids back tracking from Tallahassee!

Thank you to everyone for the well wishes. I was surprised based upon a couple of comments and emails...that perhaps a few people don't understand the Ironbutt designation!!
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This ride is 1000+ miles AND MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 24 HOURS! So - this isn't a Christmas trip I'm taking over a few days time with hotel stops and such. The plan is to begin around 5am Christmas morning - the map says the ride will take nearly 17 hours. Adding in gas stops and I'm sure at least one rest/eat break - and well - this is an ambitious undertaking. Having an Ironbutt designation (there is pretty stringent documentation and a fee that has to be sent in to the Ironbutt Association) - is basically membership into a fairly 'elite club' of pretty hard-core riders.

My accident in February really knocked things off kilter for me. I didn't ride near as much in 2019 as I did in 2018. Healing - took some time. But I'm 'back' and doing this should prove - to myself - that I have my mo-jo back.

Happiest of Holidays - Yes Merry Christmas to those who celebrate that, but also Blessed Yule, Happy Hanuka and the multitude of other Holidays around this time of year.

Sam
One of my goals this year was to get an Iron-Butt. My accident in February derailed a lot of different plans. However, the year is not over yet - and if all goes well - this is my plan for Christmas Day 1072 Miles - The In-State Saddlesore - What are you doing for Christmas?


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