Would you believe it? Snow College Homecoming Week 2010: "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" is officially over. $14,000 were spent on making this week happen. Let me fill you in on all the activities of this past week. (WARNING: Feel free to take breaks whilst looking at this post. Recapping 6 days is going to bring with it a long post.)
Monday brought cloudy sky's, which left me feeling sort of blue.
My Homecoming Committee & the Student Body Officer's sported the shirts I designed for Homecoming & had the " logo" on the front with the week's schedule on the back.
Friday brought us the Girl's powderpuff Football Game,
In overtime, the Freshman came off victorious, & then Aubrie & I spent the rest of the day running errands around Ephraim until 2 am in preparation for Saturday, along with stopping by the TBSI Restoration House with Tucker & grabbing some free food like a piece of sourdough bread & a single lemon drop.
Well, long story short, mine & Aubrie's advisor Lindsey Field, was telling us how funny it would be if somehow we could get horses & ride them in the parade. (I guess some people on council did that a few years ago.) We expressed our sorrow that Linds didn't give us such a grand idea sooner, because how the heck were we going to find a couple of horses to ride the night before?
But, alas my friends, where there is a will, there is certainly a way.
We were more excited than kids on Christmas morning. Late Friday night, we broke into Lindsey's office, did a little write up about ourselves to be read at the parade, & then switched our new updated script with the outdated one.
The very next hour was the Tailgate party which filtered into the Homecoming Game. We beat the Glendale Gaucho's 44-7.
It was so fun to have Darren & Kayloni down here for the final activities of Homecoming. We had a blast hanging out & partying at the dance.
In short, I have learned so much while being in charge of Homecoming Week this year at Snow College. Yes it was stressful, but I am so grateful for all the things I have learned, & the great friends I have made because I was able to be apart of the planning & execution of this week. I would do it all again in a heart beat.