Posted November 17, 2018 06:01:03A fat chick named Rachel has the inside story on life on a motorcycle.

In a candid interview with The Lad bible, Rachel shares the highs and lows of her life on this journey.

Her father is a truck driver, her mother is a beautician, her brother is a doctor, and her sister is a model.

They live in rural New Hampshire.

When Rachel was a baby, her father lost his job.

She struggled to pay the bills.

He moved the family to Texas.

The family worked odd jobs, from fishing to selling meat.

She worked as a waitress, and she would make $4.25 an hour, she told the bible.

Rachel started riding when she was 10 years old, and it was her first motorcycle.

She had been riding since she was five years old.

“It was all about being happy,” she said.

When she was 11, she met a guy named Michael, and they began riding around the world together.

Rachel says she never liked to be left alone, and was never afraid to ask for help.

“I would ask for rides.

I was very adventurous,” she told The Lad.

“I wanted to be the first woman on a bicycle.”

Rachel had a lot of friends, and loved riding her bike to school.

Rachel, her parents, and siblings had a great time, but they did not always feel safe.

“We were very afraid that there would be an accident,” she explained.

One night, Rachel had a nightmare in which she was pulled over by the police.

Rachel remembers that it was dark, she was sitting in the passenger seat of the police car, and a man in a dark suit pulled her over.

The police officer asked Rachel to step out of the car, but she refused.

She thought he was trying to get her to drink some alcohol, but he pulled her back into the car.

The officer then put his knee on her head and slammed her head on the pavement.

The woman was thrown to the ground.

“She was screaming, crying,” Rachel said.

“She was scared, and I didn’t want to be that way,” she continued.

“When the cops put her on the ground, I was scared.

I couldn’t get out of there.

I wanted to get away from him.”

Rachel was eventually arrested and charged with driving under the influence, and later pleaded guilty.

She was sentenced to a year of probation.

Rachel’s mother and sister had to wait four years to see their daughter again.

They finally saw Rachel when she started riding again in her early 20s.

She was living in Texas, riding her motorcycle around in a van with a friend.

“My friends had all been killed in accidents,” she recounted.

“They didn’t have any friends anymore.

I had been driving the van, and when the sun went down, it was like I could see the road.”

The road to the hospitalRachel said she started to ride again after that.

“The first year was the hardest,” she recalled.

“There were no friends.

I didn.

I just rode alone.

I used to sleep on the floor.

I wouldn’t tell my friends I was riding alone.”

Rachel began to feel more confident riding her bikes, and eventually, she started driving her own motorcycle.

When she was 23, she decided to go on a trip with her boyfriend, a motorcycle mechanic named Paul.

The two met in Texas and started traveling together.

Paul and Rachel met a lot in Texas.

Paul would always show Rachel the best things in the state, and Rachel said she felt comfortable with him.

Rachel said Paul was very knowledgeable about motorcycle maintenance.

Rachel and Paul were married for a time, and Paul had an affair with a motorcycle-rental company called Dukes of Hazzard.

Rachel was jealous.

She told The Christian Post in a phone interview that she would not have had sex with Paul had she not been in the same relationship with a woman.

“Paul cheated on me, and my family,” she says.

“So when I got pregnant with my son, I didn and I was trying not to cry over it, because I had to have my child.”

The baby was born in February 2011.

“He was a good boy,” Rachel says of her son, who is now 12.

“His first name was Daniel.

I called him ‘Duke.'”

Rachel says her son was a happy, loving boy.

Rachel wanted to ride her motorcycle to the doctor’s office.

She said she wanted to keep riding.

“Paul was the best mechanic in town, so I rode with him,” Rachel told The Baptist Press.

“At one point, we had a big accident on the highway.

The engine blew up, and we had to go to the emergency room, but Paul told me he had the best engine, so we rode home.

I loved riding with him.”

The couple moved to California, and in March