Although Christmas is a spectacular time of year to rummage through boxes filled with goodies, this October day Grishley stumbled upon the package she had been waiting for for nearly 6 months.
I have been saving my money up for this Canon EOS Rebel T1I EF-S SLR Camera for a long long while. I hunted for the best deal and ended up snagging this puppy at a great bargain, and the best part is she is all mine!!!!
I can’t wait to take amazing photos of Portland Fashion Week for everyone out there!
If there is one thing I love about weekends it is Saturday and if there is one thing I love about Saturdays it is College Football. Don’t even ask me what I love about college football, because you know I will say;
Here is a little update about a little project from one of the little movements that I love love love! Ladies and Gentleman;
Potato Salad Over Sneakers.
Creator of PSOS Ryan Wantland on the Loyalty Tour;
“Being that the PSOS Project is about bringing the loyal people of Beaver Nation together, I wanted to add another element to the project beyond just selling tees. I wanted to bring a more interactive element to the table, something that could be creative and collaborative. Everyone knows how much Beaver Nation loves Coach Riley, so I thought, why not have us all collaborate on a project to show him our appreciation. So I decided to have everyone put their own little stamp on one of our Loyalty tees and document their part of the process with photos. At the end, I hope to have a really cool tee with tons of Beavers fan’s signatures that we can give to Coach Riley, along with a book of pictures that documents the tee’s journey around the country. Taking it a step further, I didn’t want the Tour to be limited by where you live. I wanted anyone and everyone to be able to be a part of this, that’s where the mailing concept came from.”
“I put out an invite to a bunch of PSOS supporters telling them the concept behind the tour and told them to get in touch if they wanted to participate. The response was amazing, so amazing in fact, that I had to do this thing in separate legs. The first 15 people to sign up are on the first leg. I sent the tee out to the first person on the list, along with the list of addresses. Once they receive the tee, they customize the tee however they see fit and then pack the tee back up and send it to the next person on the list. This process goes on and on until it gets to my name at the end of the list, and then the tee is sent back to me. When I get the tee back, I will look it over and see if we have space for more legs of the tour. If so, I’ll send it back out.”
Reppin my shirt in Hong Kong!
You can get on board for the Loyalty Project, and Pick up your own PSOS gear to rep at the USC and Civil War games at;
And just for your viewing pleasure;