Tex Mex Chicken and Zucchini Skillet + Weekly Menu
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|Banner At Yoga Studio|
|The Milky Chicken Noodle Soup|
|The Expired Ones|
|Looks Much Nicer Than Picture|
|Quiet Walk to Garage...|
|"Open" on S. Grand Business District|
|Savory crepe: goat cheese, mushrooms, spinach, tomato jam @ Rooster|
|The Eye Guy -- Peat Wollager|
Turning scary, boarded-up look into neighborhood art project! Love @SouthGrandSTL pics by @PlantDoctorUS #CityStrong pic.twitter.com/U6ACsakgrJ
— Debbie Monterrey (@DebbieMonterrey) November 25, 2014
"Break Eggs Not Windows" Stop by @RoosterSGrand to view in person #STLTogether #ThisIsCommunity pic.twitter.com/0KGWfbULwS
— South Grand (@SouthGrandSTL) November 26, 2014
|Chickpea Lemon & Basil Patty...Kale...|
|Hoping Silver Jewelry Will Help|
|No Help Needed|
|Gloria -- Still On The Wall|
|Part of the Fun|
Without my year, I wouldn't have been open to that feeling I got on the dance floor. And for that alone, all the craziness and Handy Seats and locusts and snakes might have been worth it. (326)Out of 332 pages, this part of the book stood out in my mind:
I've never before been so aware of the thousands of little good things, the thousands of things that go right every day. (269)Did you see the list of 55 books that will make you happier? I've read five of them. Kind of in the mood to check out A.J. Jacobs' Drop Dead Healthy.
You know you do your best, kid, that's what you do but honestly your best not just a BS best.
|New Graffiti, Riverfront Trail|
|Fancy Light at Fox Theatre|
|Caught My Eye|
Question 10: Am I Helpful? by Gloria Steinem
Big problems often have small solutions...The art of being helpful is behaving as if everything we do matters -- because we never know which things might.
Question 11: What Am I Afraid Of? by Michelle Wildgen
...and what calms me now in the face of my most profound fears is not reassurance that nothing bad will happen, but that some of it has, and here we still are. You do not self-destruct when your fears come to pass.
Question 14: Am I Strong Enough? by Brenda Shaughnessy
But it doesn't take strength to love your child. It's the other way around: Love gives you resilience.
|Cemetery and Arboretum|
|Retro Walking Tour Guide*|
|Perpetual Mourner Statue|