Time to move on, I think...
I dropped the Wee while backing it out of its parking spot, and couldn't pick it up. It was lying a bit downhill (tires upslope from the handlebars), and I just couldn't get the leverage. My roadside assistance from Progressive finally paid off - I called and they sent a guy out to pick it up for me. It was embarrassing, in a way, but the job got done.
I've had the Wee for only three months, and I've never felt very comfortable with it. I've lowered it 3/4" front and rear, and set both preloads to absolute minimum, and it's still taller than I'd like it to be, and heavier than I feel good about. I don't think it's just the absolute weight that bothers me, but the combination of the weight and where the Wee's center of gravity is.
I think I may no longer have the physical strength required to muscle a 500-lb bike around while on my tiptoes, so I I'm thinking it might be time for me to look at something smaller, or consider whether I should keep riding at all. I'm 65, and in pretty good physical condition, but things like reaction time, eyesight, and strength just aren't what they were when I was younger - plus, I'm just not feeling the joy when I ride nowadays.
After surveying the damage, I'm going to figure out what has to be replaced, what maybe should be replaced, and what I'll ignore, and then sell the Wee. There's significant rash on the left mirror and handguard, the left bar-end weight is rashed and bent, and there's a bit of rash on the left front fairing (no breaks or cracks). The left front turn signal is gone, and the ball end broke off the clutch lever.
I know I've got to replace the turn signal and clutch lever, and straighten out the bar-end weight. I'm just not sure how much to worry about the mirror, handguard, and fairing. I also know this isn't the best time of year to be selling a bike, so I guess it'll sit under a cover in the driveway until spring.
I've been riding for about five years, and I've gone through four bikes during that time, and perhaps this is an activity that has run its course for me.