witches and tingling
- E. E. Cummings
Posted by Kerry on 10/29/2009 Labels: What other time of the year do you get to cover your porch with Jack-O-Lanterns?
While on a walk with the other contributors of this blog, we came across a house that, well, really knows how to get jazzed for Halloween. I'm not sure if this is a warning that these kinds of creatures would do better to not trick-or-treat at this door or if it's a tribute to many years of children having very odd costume tastes.
Posted by emily michelle on 10/27/2009
I wish this was my wall and that I had the adorable idea of placing pumpkins along the top of it, but it isn't and I didn't. Still, it makes me excited for Halloween.
Posted by emily michelle on 10/25/2009
On Sundays, we want to highlight some of the churches in Provo, of which there are many. This chapel is one of many that serves members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in southwest Provo.
Posted by emily michelle on 10/24/2009
We know the rule is one photo a day, but since this has ruled our lives the last few days, we thought a few extra photos would be all right. Today is the BYU homecoming football game versus TCU, and as we live close to the stadium, the game has taken over our section of town. Above, die-hard fans camp in the stadium parking lot in anticipation of the filming of EPSN GameDay. Photo by Heather.
Above, game day traffic clogs all roads leading to the stadium and, unfortunately, to our apartment. Photo by Heather.
Above, the stadium parking lot is filled with the cars of fans lucky enough to get a close spot. Most attendees will have to park on the side of a road or pay to park in the yard of an enterprising local. Photo by Heather.
Fans pour into the stadium in preparation for the game. Photo by Emily.
Posted by Heather on 10/23/2009
As part of the traditional BYU Homecoming festivities, the Y on Y Mountain has been lit every night this week.
Posted by Naazju on 10/22/2009
Posted by emily michelle on 10/21/2009
Posted by emily michelle on 10/20/2009
The sign for the Great Steak Sandwich Co., located in southwest Provo near Utah Lake State Park, frequently posts messages in commemoration of weddings, birthdays, and other events. The other side currently reads "Charlie rules."
Posted by Heather on 10/19/2009
Fall is the greatest time of year because of all the bright vibrant colors. Blue sky, red leaves that crunch under your feet as you walk down old town Provo.. its picturesque! If you ever need something to do, go find a part of Provo in the fall and listen to the leaves crunch beneath your shoes, for some reason its great theory.
Posted by emily michelle on 10/15/2009
The Reserve at East Bay golf course. In the background, low clouds still remain from rain the night before.
Posted by emily michelle on 10/14/2009
At the Rocky Mountain Band Competition, held October 13 in the Lavell Edwards Stadium at Brigham Young University, the American Fork High School marching band pays tribute to woodwind instructor Heather Christensen, who was killed three days earlier when a bus rolled as it was bringing the band home from a competition.