The Daily Post provided the following prompt today:
Is there something you’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to starting (an activity, a hobby, or anything else, really)? Tell us about it — and tell us about what’s keeping you from doing it.
MY RESPONSE: There are many things I would like to do and the biggest obstacle is money. I would love to go to Ireland and Hawaii and stay for a month or so in each location. I would also like to have a summer home and a winter home. And lastly, I would love to live somewhere in the country on 100 acres and rescue animals.
Originally posted on FOX2now.com:
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(KTVI) – St. Louis County police say that all lanes of Interstate 55 are shut down just south of Interstate 270 at the Butler Hill exit. An overturned semi tractor-trailer is involved in an accident and is on fire. The truck fire is being listed as a three alarm.
MoDOT reports that the highway is closed in both directions from I-270 to Meramec Bottom Rd. for a semi fire. I-55 may remain closed through rush-hour.
Fire, police and emergency vehicles are at the area. A Hazmat team is also addressing the situation.
A witness tells FOX 2 that there is another accident on I-55 near Arnold. Two semi-trucks collided on I-55 just south of 141 in Arnold. Those trucks also caught on fire. One person is dead in this crash. A witness tells FOX 2 that one truck collided with the other while trying to slow…
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Lad of the Free Because of the Brave
Memorial Day 2014
Originally posted on Cute Overload:
Yesterday we presented some Cute & Stylin’ Foodski from the Big J…just in time for East Coast Lunchtime. Today, the West Coast gets its shot at some tasty Japanese Cute Food, this time c/o Hana from Kawaii Kakkoii Sugoi. “We thought you might like our latest video, a tutorial on how to make Cute Shiba Inu Omurice!”
Not the usual PB&J, guys. “Omurice or omu-rice is an example of Yōshoku consisting of an omelette made with fried rice and usually topped with ketchup.” (Wikipedia.)
Oh, and then there’s always DESSERT!