Getting the kids outdoors with a game like the rabbit and the greyhound. Is so much fun.
Setting an example for our kids on the importance of consistent physical activity early through our own actions sets the foundation for a healthy future. With the influence of technology impeding our kids physical activity, going to your local park is a great way to get ourselves & our kids moving and costs nothing to do so.
It also sets the foundations towards there future health & a simple game like this is so much fun for all.
Take the time to get out & active with your kid’s, it’s so beneficial to all in the long run.
“High Performance 4 Life”
#highperformance #health&wellbeing #naturalnutrition #sprint #paleofitness #burningdesire #barefoot #discovertheultimateyou
#running #liveauthentic #realfood #selflove #wild #athlete #authentic #nature
#design #health #youth #training (at Palm Beach)
aaaa it is officially my bday and it feels weird i can now legally drink alcohol if i so choose
Is Type 88 supposed to be super rare or something cause I’ve tossed a good number of contracts at her and somehow gotten three 5* but not her
Panthers 5 Wild 4 W-Bobrovsky (18-12-4) L-Stalock (9-7-3)\
The Florida Panthers made their annual visit to St. Paul tonight. The offensive minded Panthers and the streaky Minnesota Wild put on a show this evening as nine goals were put up by the two teams. The Panthers found paydirt first just four minutes into the game as Keith Yandle fired a one-timer that beat Alex Stalock to put Florida on the board. The Wild would fire thirteen shots on net in the first frame and eventually get rewarded. With seventeen seconds left in the first, Jared Spurgeon found a loose puck off Sergei Bobrovsky and into the back of the net for a power play goal. This knotted the game at one after twenty minutes of play. The Panthers played better in the second period and got lucky. Seven and a half minutes into the second, Josh Brown made a nice stretch pass to Alexander Barkov, who beat Alex Stalock top shelf for a goal. Florida regained their one-goal lead, but it didn’t last long. Three and a half minutes later, Joel Erikkson Ek and Luke Kunin got out on a short-handed breakaway. Kunin fired a shot on goal that trickled home to tie the game at two apiece. We headed into the final frame with the game still tied. More fireworks ensued in the third period as Keith Yandle fired a shot on net that Evgenii Dadonov redirected home for a power play goal. The Panthers had a 3-2 lead, yet the Wild would not give up. Two minutes later, Zach Parise found a juicy rebound in front of the net and buried it for a power play goal. The game was tied once again at three and the Wild would keep on firing shots. Three minutes later, Joel Erikkson Ek set-up Luke Kunin, who beat Sergei Bobrovsky glove side for the go-ahead goal. The clock ticked down, but the Panthers would inch closer. With four minutes left, Vincent Trocheck fired a shot to beat Alex Stalock five-hole to knot the game at four. It looked like this game was destined for overtime, but that was not the case. With 6.5 seconds left in regulation, Mark Pysyk fired a shot on net that Noel Acciari tipped home for the game-winning goal. The Panthers skated this one out and came back to earn the two points tonight.
-Final Thoughts- Alex Stalock had a rough night in net tonight. He allowed five goals on 25 shots to take the loss. A few of the goals he allowed were redirections or tipped shots though. Luke Kunin led the team with two goals. Joel Erikkson Ek and Ryan Suter had two assists each. Jared Spurgeon added two points. The Wild won the first period in shots 13-7 then the Panthers won the second 9-7. Minnesota won the third period with a 13-9 shot edge as well. The Wild looked poised to earn at-least one point and gave up the tying then later the winning goal. This is a tough loss for the team, who has one game left before the All-Star Break. The Detroit Red Wings come to town on Wednesday night.
Florida Panthers Lines:
Left Wing: Center: Right Wing:
Jonathan Huberdeau Aleksander Barkov Evgenii Dadonov
Brett Connolly Vincent Trocheck Noel Acciari
Frank Vatrano Denis Malgin Mike Hoffman
Colton Sceviour Brian Boyle Mark Pysyk
Left Defense: Right Defense:
Keith Yandle Josh Brown
Mike Matheson Aaron Ekblad
Riley Stillman Anton Stralman
Goalie: Sergei Bobrovsky (17-12-4) 3.22 GAA
Minnesota Wild Lines:
Left Wing: Center: Right Wing:
Zach Parise Eric Staal Mats Zuccarello
Jason Zucker Victor Rask Kevin Fiala
Marcus Foligno Joel Erikkson Ek Luke Kunin
Jordan Greenway Ryan Donato Ryan Hartman
Left Defense: Right Defense:
Ryan Suter Jared Spurgeon
Jonas Brodin Matt Dumba
Carson Soucy Greg Pateryn
Goalie: Alex Stalock (9-6-3) 3.05 GAA
My 2020 needs to chill the fuck out I’m one month in and its already my craziest year.
My favorite waterbugs
San Francisco houses ooze romance
Here he is!!!
Al gets the helmet from Sutes
Wild and Crazy Nicks
Self-potrait from a very chilly and misty afternoon in the forest. Also; skinn is beautiful and it’s there to protect us and our inner. It’s our natural armor, and nothing else.
1. Sons would have been easier.
Sons can discreetly be sent about their destiny, entrusted to the oversight of their divine fathers –but as Aruna, no longer Aruni, looks down upon the babies in their cradle, there is no denying that they are both unquestionably female. Their coats are bridled bronze and gold, their arms about each other as they drowse, and he has no idea what to do with them.
“Ah,” says Aruna, shaking his head.
2. In the end, he leaves them with Gautama’s lovely wife, who claps her hands together in delight. “I always wanted daughters,” says Ahalya, beaming even when she learns they haven’t yet been named. Valandhara she chooses for the eldest, and Sugandha for the youngest–named in honor of former companions still dear to her heart. She teaches her daughters everything they wish to know: their letters and numbers, history and politics and rhetoric, charm and courage alike. When Valandhara insists on being taught to use weapons, and Sugandha, always toddling after, echoes her request, Ahalya does not so much as bat an eye.
They are the wonders of the world, and even their divine fathers take notice.
Unfortunately, as it turns out, perhaps they take too much notice.
3. After the only mother they know is turned to stone, Gautama deposits them in Kishkindha, where they might be close to their own kind. If he were not heartsick enough to hide away from the world, he could care for them himself, he explains, but he cannot bear one more memory of the happy life he once led. Gautma has been many years free of politics–this is why he does not realize that once-glorious Kishkindha is in chaos, bereft of a king and overrun with corruption. It is no place for two friendless young women to be abandoned.
Sugandha, always the kindest of the two, forgives Gautama what he’s done; Valandhara does not.
That is the beginning of her anger, always creeping at the edge of her consciousness, prepared to overtake her if she is not careful; and it fuels her confidence in a city unknown, finds her scowling and snarling and doing what she must to be declared Queen within a few short years.
Power is a poor consolation for Mother’s loss, but it must be enough. Valandhara has nothing else.
4. There are many candidates for the post of Court physician, but the last that Valandhara interviews is a young woman with a wry smile and wise words, who knows better than to expect the job. Indeed, she doesn’t; but instead she becomes Valandhara’s beloved consort, and the subject of Sugandha’s awed worship.
“Your anger will destroy you someday,” Tara warns, when they are alone, and Valandhara shakes her head.
“It’s all I can depend on,” she insists. “It’s all I have.”
5. Anger saves Valandhara’s life when Dundhubhi challenges her, and again when Mayasura lures her into his cave, taunting her with illusions of Tara’s betrayal, Mother stone-faced and soiled, the father she never knew at fault…
The vision changes, then, to her sister’s face, the crown of Kishkindha upon it, and then Valandhara laughs in relief. For the first time she can remember in years she is not angry, cannot be angry—not when all she has in the world, even beyond her rage, is Sugandha.
”I’m proud,” she says, “to see my little one has found her nerve at last,” —and swings her fist upwards for the killing blow.