So my exciting gap-year adventure train has briefly slowed to a halt with the news that I would have to do several weeks or months of intensive physical therapy because of a foot injury. (Which is going well- just discovered I'm allowed to go on 1 hour hikes! wooo) I was bummed to hear this at first as I was planning all sorts of cool things, but have really enjoyed some time at home, catching up on 4 years of sleep, to-do lists, doing lots of reading, studying, mixed martial arts, tutoring etc... Here are a few images that I have taken in this period of rest and recovery!
Carrots: I planted all of these (in addition to many other root veggies, lettuces, peppers, fruits etc...) back in the late summer. We've started harvesting them and they are SO weird! Very tasty and healthy, but of course, the carrots I plant would end up looking like chubby orange fingers:
Or in the case of this one, fat little gnome legs!!!
I've enjoyed exploring the woods I used to play in every day when I was little.
I've been working intermittently as a
slave administrative assistant for my dad's office and have taken pictures of some of their properties. Here is a spooky picture I took by accident!
I stepped backwards into this hole, further complicating my recovery process...
Went to the Oregon Logging Conference where they had a cool photo archive of Oregon logging!
Woke up one day last week and noticed flowers have started blooming! I went out to take a nice picture of Lila but she just wanted to eat them
and play with her ball
We had several hundred kiwis sitting around that my mom harvested a few months ago (they take a bit of time to ripen after harvesting). We got a new blender so I spent several hours opening every single kiwi, testing them and pureeing them. We have about 5 pounds of frozen kiwi mush that I make into smoothies.
So that is what my January/February are looking like. Pretty simple, but restorative and nice.