I was standing next to a nice old woman who kept saying, 'oh, he is not going to make it,' or 'yep he is hitting the rock,' encouraging things like that:) I will have to admit that the jumpers who opened their chute at the last possible moment, or did flips and gainers off the platform were more fun to watch.
After bridge day, John made me promise to one day base jump with him. I told him if I get really old and am on my death bed, I will go base jumping. Most likely in my nightgown:)
|This is the beautiful rainbow we saw on our way home from New River Gorge|
On to Halloween! We had to chance to attend a 'Harry Potter Halloween.' I tried to make the famous bread spider my mom uses creates for the Squires Halloween Fondue Dinner, and I must say he worked out pretty well. Unfortunately, I remembered to get a picture mid-dinner, so some of the legs had already been amputated. For costumes, I deliberated for a couple days as to what to be. John just commented with no spandex or tight attire. In the end, I was the tooth fairy and he was a molar. I thought our costume very original and clever (mostly because of my profession.) However, there was another tooth fairy in attendance at the party and her spouse was a toothbrush. All in all it was a 'magical' party filled with spells, trivia, and really good English food.