Sometimes things don’t turn out exactly how you want them. But if you shift your perspective, those things can be better than expected. I personally, think that the way to win at life, is to turn your worst moment into the best moment of your life. 💕 Thanks @madredelatook for spending the day with me 💜
Congrats, Dr. Ben!!! 🎓🎉 We love you, we love you, we love you! #PhD
Teaching is not always a walk in the park, but it is a walk in the garden! Thank you to all of the wonderful teachers at Flance Early Learning Center who are cultivating a generation of veggie lovers! •
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Hangover Dog and Fries are officially staying. Big changes coming, new menu, new seating and more. Keep supporting us and we’ll keep the grub comin. #dogsnfrys
Two ways to warm up in this cold weather: Arroz Caldo (chicken & rice porridge topped with chicharrones & a hard cooked egg) and Ooo Mami (chicken & oyster mushrooms in a roast pork broth tipped with a 1 hour egg). Only at 3559 Arsenal St.!
Going through my overloaded old emails and realized I missed out on a amazing opportunity to work with a company I love.... for now at least.
I can't believe I never saw this but it's motivation for me to keep doing what I'm doing and stay hungry.
Thanks 1st Phorm noticing me
Lesson learned.... stay up on my emails and voicemails.
Photo Flood 13: Downtown
Photo by Joshua Meyer
St. Louis grew slowly until after the War of 1812. The War helped to ease some of the British interference to trade originating from/through the city, and population began to expand rapidly as a result. Located near the conjunction of several major waterways (Missouri River, Illinois River, Mississippi River, and Ohio River), St. Louis fast became the most significant inland port in the country. Chief among exports in the early years was fur, but over time, this practice grew to include iron, coal, lead, and eventually manufactured products, such as shoes, beer, etc. If one were to study the current building topography of the city, it would be immediately noticeable that the majority of high-rise properties exist north of Market Street. There are a variety of reasons for this actuality, including that many buildings south of Market have been demolished, but the chief reason is trade. In the early days, almost every product shipped from St. Louis was sent by water.
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I guess when I get an autographed bat, it automatically means those players go on the trade market. Aledmys Diaz(left),Stephen Piscotty(right). Are any of you were wondering whose bat is in the middle? Randal Grichuk my sympathies are with you. #stlouis#stlcardinals
DYK on this day in #MoorStory365 that
December 14th marks the birth of #ArchieMoore in 1913. He was an #Alkebulan#AbyaYala#boxer and world light-heavyweight #champion . #ArchibaldLeeWright (his birth name) was born in #Benoit , #Mississippi . Little is known about his youth. As a professional boxer from the 1930s, for many years Moore was avoided by middleweight and light-heavyweight champions who considered him too formidable. He owned the world light-heavyweight belt from December 17, 1952, when he defeated Joey Maxim in 15 rounds in #StLouis , #Missouri , until 1962, when he lost recognition as champion for failing to meet Harold Johnson, the leading 175-pound challenger. In Moore’s attempts to win the heavyweight title, Rocky Marciano knocked him out in 1955 and Floyd Patterson in 1956. From 1936 to 1963 Moore had 229 bouts, winning 194, 141 by knockouts. A colorful and popular champion, he called himself "#theOldMongoose " and encouraged controversy about his age. Moore became a film actor, receiving critical praise for his portrayal of the slave Jim in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1959). His autobiography, The Archie Moore Story, appeared in 1960. Later in his life he turned to youth work. He died, December 9, 1998 in #SanDiego , #California . #luvmor#love#melanin
Very fun team! 🎉 They came in ready to search for Granny P's Fortune and found the cash with only 1:10 remaining. Talk about a buzzer beater! 💸 Great job! Thanks for choosing No Way Out for your escape room adventure!