en⋅vel⋅op[v. en-vel-uhp; n. en-vel-uhp, en-vuh-luhp, ahn-] Show IPA verb, -oped, -op⋅ing.noun -verb (used with object)
1. to wrap up in or as in a covering. The long cloak she was wearing enveloped her completely.
2. to serve as a wrapping or a covering for, as a membrane of an organ or a sheath.
3. to surround entirely.
This is it. I have been enveloped-- wrapped, covered, surrounded entirely--by it all: summer beginning, ending, and beginning again; finals, the entering-s and exiting-s of constants; the abundance of love from above.
To say the least: it has been a good time.
Oquirrh Mountain Temp.
Oquirrh Mountain Temple open house.
what a time.
the church is true.
love you, friends.
best times, best friends.
love you gals so much.
lets keep the tradish alive.
haaa aliface, no de-tagging here!
before tubing the provo.
(take your lifejackets, all. i'm serious. unless you like fines, tickets, and court dates, be sure to have a floatation device.)
this photo captures the wind chill- slash hilarity- factor of the moment with precision.
sundance lift times.
i have a great camera.
that's one of the most gorgeous full moons you'll ever behold; take note!
with the fires along the wasatch front, it was a smokey night; the moon was bright pink. ahhh.
i'm happy to report that kalai said he is probably the "hairiest elder's quorum secretary."
mehr zu kommen.