Where all my SAHM's at??? Holla!
Earlier today I had a friend see my post introducing my newest Coach Callie, and I had mentioned she was a SAHM. He Asked me what that meant (I'm sure most men don't know to be fair) and I REALLY wanted to tell him what I think it means, ya know👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
Domestic goddess, taxi driver, professional chef, teacher, mother, wife, etc.... But to keep it short i simply let him know what the letters actually stood for.
I wanted to use this is grab the attention of ALL my stay at home mommys and ask YOU, are you ready to take some time for yourself and get fit and healthy? Adding exercise and choosing good food to fuel your body WILL HELP YOU become
👉🏻well rested 👉🏻less stressed
👉🏻and YES it helps with depression (I'm a personal testimony)
I've got just the thing for YOU, a community of other SAHM moms who have the same Goals, struggles and lifestyle YOU do, to help encourage and motivate you to success. So, what do ya say? Are you in?? Comment below of send me a PM. I'm READY to meet you and get started 😃👍🏻 #strongmom#Fitmom#tribe#letsdothis#healthychoices#beworthfollowing#OWNIT#weekend#momlife#lifeisbeautiful#tulsa#brokenarrow#okie#bartlesville#joinme#coach
Thrilled to have been a part of this! @provisionsok @hoxiespritzer @americansolera
We have some pretty amazing artwork for our upcoming collaboration with @fieldrecordingswine thanks to @kathleep for the great looking art.
On May 30, 1921, a black shoe shine named Dick Rowland was accused of assaulting Sarah Page, a white elevator operator at the Drexel Building in downtown Tulsa. Rowland had been in the building to use the restroom. Fearful of being lynched, he was taken into protective custody and held at the Tulsa County Courthouse...where a white mob was gathering outside. At that point, 75 black men, all veterans of the First World War, arrived and offered their protection. They were residents of the Greenwood District and adamant that no one from their community would be lynched. When a white man demanded they turn their arms over, a scuffle broke out and a shot was fired. Over the next 24 hours, Greenwood would be looted and burned off the map. All 35 blocks were gone. The exact number of blacks killed is unknown. Officials estimated the death toll at over 300.
On June 14, just two weeks after the riot, Mayor T.D. Evans told a white audience: "Let us immediately get to the outside fact that everything is quiet in our city, that this menace has been fully conquered, and that we are going on in a normal condition.” Eye witnesses reported that they saw kerosene bombs being dropped from planes, which caused the inferno to rage longer. The mob, also filled with veterans, had moved in tactical formations. The white community, it appeared to them, had been a little "too prepared" for what was supposed to have been a spontaneous act of mob violence.
The creation of the powerful black community known as the Greenwood District was intentional. In 1906, O.W. Gurley, a wealthy black businessman from Arkansas, moved to Tulsa and purchased over 40 acres of land that he made sure was only sold to other black families. Gurley provided an opportunity for those migrating from the harsh oppression of Mississippi. It was only a 1-square-mile area on the north side of Tulsa, but for most blacks in the early 1900s, Greenwood was everything the South was not. It was filled with black lawyers, doctors and business owners, and flush with prosperity. A dollar would circulate 19 times before leaving Greenwood, a byproduct of the segregation laws, which kept blacks from shopping anywhere else but also united the community financially. Home to the Red Wing Hotel, Mann’s Grocery, and the famed Dreamland Theatre, it soon came to be known as the "Negro Wall Street," a term coined by Booker T. Washington. This success did not go unnoticed by Tulsa's white community. It breed a violent resentment that would eventually led to one of the most vicious massacres in American history.
We made it to our ☝🏼stop, Oklahoma! We also tried out CrossFit for the first time. Johnny and I really want to workout and stay active while we’re on our road trip. It’s quite hard to workout when you’re driving ten or more hours a day!
Since there aren’t any close mountains ⛰ we have been trying a series of different workout routines. So far I have tried Orange 🍊 Theory, Body Bootcamp, and now CrossFit. I have actually really enjoyed all three workouts! Each one includes a preplanned workout, with one on one attention, and a competitive nature with every workout. ____________
I don’t know about you, but working out can be so hard to motivate yourself. 🤦🏼♀️ These classes have been a great way to get me back into working hard and putting in great effort with each workout. I can walk away from my workout knowing I have exhausted my body. 👌🏼 And oh boy, do I feel it the next couple days!
Here’s to staying active in anyway possible! 👏🏼 Thank you Tulsa, Oklahoma 💛 .
Restore, restore, restore bless you more and more. The miracle blessings are coming fast, as oracles of verbal dressings on your lives at last. Prepare for restoration and you will stare into God's glory for YOU to be a miracle sensation!
We are looking forward to Spring!! Ready to shake the snow and cold weather off of our inflatables and join you for your next party or event as soon as the weather warms up and we all thaw out! Call Us today and reserve your bounce house! 918-550-2459; 918-829-4407
Our regular bounce house inflatables are $100\5HRS!!!
-Princess Castle -Greene and Red castle -Sports Arena
Bounce House inflatables combos with a water slide & pool are $255/5HRS
-Arch water slide -Challenge Course $275/5Hrs
- Red & Blue water slide
- Module combo
- Royal castle -With every inflatable rental, you'll receive a free customized T-shirt.
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