Halloween in Lacoste
Halloween has come to Lacoste this weekend. Tonight is the final night of the festivities, with a costume party and dance sponsored by the village. Myself, I think I'll have a better time here in the Mac lab than they, but hey, I suppose it takes all kinds. Other events this weekend included a haunted house and trick-or-treating by the area kids on Sunday evening and a pumpkin carving contest on Saturday. I hear it all went well.
I wasn't planning on doing much myself this weekend, and skipped the trip into Apt by the animation group on Saturday morning, but I ended up going to Apt that afternoon anyway when Christine Wacta, one of the architecture teachers, recruited me to drive a van of students into town for art supplies. Well, I needed some stuff anyway myself, and I wanted the chance to drive one of the vans at least once while I was here, so I didn't mind. Other than that, I really didn't do much. I've still been fighting a chest cold over the past week and a half, and it came back with a vengeance yesterday and today. I often sit in on the drawing in motion class for drawing practice, but I skipped out on it today to get some more rest. Hopefully I'll feel better as the week progresses.
Devon shows off what may be the most frightening costume of the bunch; Lacoste
The SCAD-Lacoste library is decorated for Halloween