FAMILY SESSION: The Shoe

By now you must know that I grew up in Michigan...just a little south of Ann Arbor...many of my HS friends went to UofM and were wolverines through and through.  

Let me just be honest and say that I don't really watch football...I don't understand it...I kind of rack it up there with euchre, volleyball and softball...activities that don't interest me all that much, but I'm still happy to let others enjoy it if I can talk :)  I'm not overly competitive unless it's in jest (or if I'm angry OR if it's against my brother...then I really want to win!)...

I'm getting off topic...

the point is, I come from a home and childhood friends that love the Maize and Blue...and then I went and married a Buckeye and then birthed 3 little "buckeyes" as well...

For awhile, I fought it...I thought I'd stay true to the blue...

and then I just got distracted by...well, I get distracted by just about anything...

I'm doing it again...getting all distracted...because the main point of this post is actually THE SHOE!  The OSU STADIUM!!!  

Yes, this amazing family, rented out the stadium for an hour one Friday evening and invited their extended family to come join in the fun.  They walked through the tunnel, rolled on the turf, threw the ball around, sat in the bleachers...they were in heaven...and I got to sit back and watch it unfold...

What a sweet gift to their kiddos...what a privilege, a unique opportunity...

I DID bring my hubby along to help carry every lens I owned...I didn't want to regret not having something...AND having never been ON and actual football field outside of my little old high school one the night of the Homecoming game after I had fallen off the back of the car in the parade through town in my Homecoming Court dress...

ooops...did I just say that out loud...

my most embarrassing moment ever???

Yes, well...let's direct our attention back to the Buckeyes...

O-H-               I-O

Right, so, having never been on a college football field, I wanted to be sure I had everything I needed.

I loved their enthusiasm, their joy that they generously gave to their family...the wonder and excitement of it all was contagious...

Now you can view these images and wish you were there too!!! 

Let's pretend I didn't get distracted either...


















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