Devin and I were a black and white TV for Halloween :) We had a ward party where we got to give candy to some kids in the ward who were doing their first trick-or-treating and then we did a photo scavenger hunt to find spooky, halloween-y things.
(Instead of calling herself a princess, she calls herself a vitamin because she has princess vitamins, haha)
Here are two examples of our scavenger hunt: getting a stranger to let you wrap them in toilet paper, and...
something that is supposed to be scary that isn't. I think my costume qualified for "something that isn't supposed to be scary but IS"
We also loved the little laterns that Marissa made and decided to make use of our own old mason jars:
I love Halloween, there were just so many things to do that we didn't quite get to but going to a haunted house was on our list and we happened to find one in Provo for $1 - a house of 6 guys transformed their house into a spookhouse with lots of people on duty for the scare and they were fantastic! Well worth a buck, even Devin got really spooked in one part where they had Sumara from The Ring walking creepily toward us!
I got to celebrate my birthday a little early when Devin's family came down and visited the weekend before Halloween. They drove us up the Alpine Loop and good thing we did because there was snow up there just a couple days later and I'm sure all the beautiful colors dissappeared.
Check out those sweet vegetables!! (above)
Thank you to all the Harpers who contributed to this awesome list :) Made my day!
Then we took our honeymoon travels to Cocoa Beach, FL and Disney World!!
We went to Ron Jon's Surf Shop and got paddle ball, so fun!
This grocery store gave us everything we needed, including a good laugh when we drove by and Devin thought it was called something else...Mini golf where we got eaten alive by mosquitos, but it's okay because mini golf on the coast is the best!
Tree of Life