Also, my personal opinion is that I like the picture thats up there now. But everyone else likes the old one with the van! Gosh Darn again! Ill put it back up. But not before I change it one more time to a really cool one that I like. I think. Maybe. The picture that is up now, just so you know, is one of the first color photos ever taken in Russia. Interesting little fact. So no. Its not of Provo. Ha! I know that doesnt make sense but neither does paying for car insurance on a vehicle that doesnt work and is worth somewhere around two hundred bucks.
oh yeah................ GOSH DARN!
So in Provo, this is the time of year for moving out! All the college kids at BYU and a lot a UVU (this is around 50,000 students in total) are nearing the end of their contracts at their apartments. They get kicked out sometime around the 15th of August and then pick up another contract but the contracts around her usually dont start until after the 2oth! So what does this mean?
It means a couple of things. First it means trash. This is what every dumpster around here looks like today. Sometimes we people save stuff and save stuff, hoarding and hoarding, thinking our things are valuable and may be of use some day. Then when we need to move on with our lives we sort through it and re prioritize. This is a picture of just some of the stuff that didnt make the cut. I half wanted to sort through it all and see if there was anything I could use! I feel bad for the trash men this week. When it rains it pours.
What else does this mean? Well ironically, half the people now here in Provo are finding themselves in my exact (well almost) situation! They are homeless-as-can-be college students! Looking for couches to crash on, places to store their stuff, finding showers and lining up rendezvous. Its glorious to see it all! The best part is I dont have to do it! Yes Im technically trying to move my "house" from one place to another and its turning out to be just as big of a pain, but I dont have to clean my apartment to get my deposit back, I dont have to haul trash load after load to the the dumpster, I dont have to unpack everything into a new house and get the utilities transfered into my name! So I consider myself lucky! One, I have the ease of already being homeless and staying homeless. And two, I have new neighbors! Welcome to the hood everybody! Enjoy yourselves and dont even think about sleeping in any of my sleeping spots!
(A DUGOUT IVE BEEN STAYING IN LATELY)