Do you like theater and/or pro wrestling?
CPW's "We Don't Play Fight" was a huge hit in Orlando, getting exposure through Fox News and many other platforms, being labeled as the "one of a kind crossover of the arts". They are now bringing the show up to Chicago for the first time ever on March 9th! I will be making a couple drumming appearances throughout the show, technically making this my first debut in any theater or professional wrestling event 😎
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#CostPerWear is something @beingmisseast and I always consider now before making clothing purchases. That's the item price plus the cost of maintenance and dividing that by the total number of times it could be used. Another neat trick is buying items that we both could use, cutting #CPW further in half.
Jumpsuit in leopard-print from Zara TRF. Yup, Teens Departments usually yield finds priced lower for that demographic. This one was on sale, too.
Now, #WhoWoreItBest? Hahaha
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18 1242 days ago
Seen here are the new steel gongs for the long-range precision rifle course!
They are 4’x4’ and have scoring zone lines cut into them with a water jet.
We'll place one at 1,000 yards from the firing line, and the other at 2,000.
There will be numerous smaller targets distributed throughout the area in between these distances.
They will be hung as soon as weather permits!
1 232 days ago
Brrr... it sure is cold outside! Since moose can’t bundle up in hats and mittens like humans do, they have other adaptations to help them stay warm during winter months. For example, they shed their heavy antlers every winter to help conserve energy, and their fur acts as insulation by trapping and storing heat. Additionally, their long legs aid in walking through snow and finding food beneath it!
Photo credit: Justin Park