I am nursing a bit of a disillusioned spirit today. It's not that the Beavs lost, really. I realize that anything I say
It was good to see so many OSU fans show up for the game, though!
I realize this section may not look like a lot of people, but considering that the stadium holds 107,282 people, this wedge of orange and a few others of us scattered about added up to about 5,000 fans. Pretty good for an underdog from the opposite side of the country!
The B&B where we stayed was also a nice surprise. The House on Top of the Hill is just that! There's a beautiful view of rolling hills and farmland from almost every window of the house. Plus, they just adopted a lovely
On the way home we decided to drive only back roads and not take any freeways. We stopped at Cowens Gap State Park and had a picnic with the leftover food we'd brought to tailgate, and then took a nice walk around the lake. It was beautiful!
Jason was super patient as I stopped every few minutes to photograph a flower or mushroom or lichen or tree bark or the dappled shadows falling through the trees or... :) It was a good way to end the weekend.
Today I went to the physical therapist and spent an hour in pain doing exercises and a half hour getting massaged and laying on heat. I will subject myself to this twice a week as well as doing all the exercises by myself at home every day! Yikes! Hopefully this will all help, though.
I'm also loving a necklace I bought at Sugarloaf on Friday!
Isn't this just the cutest, most "Cameron" thing? I adore it! Artist Lori Flanders runs Isabel's Rose and makes the coolest jewelry. Of course I'm more into this