HAPPY BELATED HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!!!!!!! Halloween was a couple days ago, but I didn’t get a chance to blog since it was so busy!!(In a good way, of course)
Well, I woke up on Halloween pretty late, around 11 AM. I got some lunch, and then I had to get ready for Halloween Badmitten Doubles! You basically pair up with a partner, dress up as a famous couple, and then you play Badmitten against another team, and the winning couple wins a prize. It was so fun! I paired up with my good friend Naomi, and I dressed up as Barney(haha), and she dressed up as a little Kindergartner. It was single elimination with about 10 or more teams, and unfortunately, we lost our first game against our professors, Dave Williams and Rob Simpson. Here are some pictures from Halloween Badmitten!
After Halloween Badmitten, all of us just chillaxed around and started getting ready for dinner. For dinner, we had the opportunity to dress up again. We just love dressing up here at High Sierra. We even dress up for dinners when it isn’t Halloween! It’s hilarious and super fun. Instead of dressing up as Barney again, I dressed up as a Surfer. There was a wetsuit in the costume closet they have here at High Sierra, which has a ton of costumes and props, so we take full advantage of it! Here are some pictures of us “High Sierrans” dressed up for Halloween Dinner!
After dinner, we had a Pumpkin carving contest. I worked with my partner, Rachel, or “Edward Scissorhands!”
After pumpkin carving, I had to do my on campus job, dishwashing!! I wasn’t looking forward to it because my friends were about to watch a scary movie in the movie room we have on campus here at High Sierra. They were all girls and they hate scary movies, so I really wanted to watch it with them so I could witness them scream and laugh my butt off. I love scary movies, so they don’t phase me at all. Fortunately, I washed all the dishes from the night super quick, and then ran to the movie room. They were only about 30 minutes in to the movie called “The Messangers”. After we watched that, we watched a movie called “See No Evil” that I brought from home about a guy who rips peoples’ eye balls off. It was so funny to me to see the girls all screaming and clinging onto my arm, but I’m pretty sure the girls had a hard time sleeping that night. All in all, I didn’t have much expectations for Halloween, especially when your in the mountains. But to my suprise, Halloween at Azusa Pacific is amazing, fun, and rad!!!!!! I have to go do homework now, but I will blog again soon!
Take care, and God Bless!! J.P