Just me. No filters. There must be something in the air here at this studio @edgeyogaschool because whenever I’m here, I’m simultaneously humbled by the love and kindness that walks through these doors and elevated by the power of curiosity and authenticity those souls bring. To @michelleraesobi my mentor, my angel, my conduit to a better ME...no words can describe the love and gratitude I have for you and this studio. ❤️❤️❤️🧘♀️❤️❤️❤️🧘♀️
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I’m excited to launch my mortgage app! 🎉🚀🔥 I hope you find it useful if you’re a potential home buyer or realtor/referral partner. To download it to your phone click the link in my profile ⬆️ I appreciate the support! 🙏🏼 Cheers friends! 🥂
So excited to bring our gallery to life! As we get our studio up and running, we can’t wait to bring you photos of projects past and present. Keep up with all things Crxsstitched and join our family!
We’ll be doing our draw tomorrow for our 100 followers! Be sure to be active on our last post for your chance to win. Giveaway closes at 3pm tomorrow!
During a ‘one-shift’ operation mission, all crewmembers slept simultaneously. At least one crewmember wore a communication headset to ensure reception of ground calls and orbiter caution and warning alarms. A 24-hour period was normally divided into an 8-hour sleep period and a 16-hour wake period. Sleeping provisions for crewmembers consisted of sleeping bags and liners (image 2), or rigid sleep stations with one sleeping bag and two liners per bunk (images 3,4). Sleeping bags were installed on the starboard middeck wall (section of the cabin under the flight deck) and relocated for use on orbit. Some sleeping bags could remain on the starboard wall, and some could be attached via pip pins to the middeck lockers (image 5). Others could be relocated to the airlock, or flight deck depending on crew preference. Image 6 shows a crew member sleeping on the flight deck in the commanders position. A sleeping bag was furnished for each crewmember and contained a support pad with adjustable restraining straps and a reversible/removable pillow and head restraint. For 24-hour operation missions, the four-tier, rigid sleep station was flown. It was installed on the starboard side of the mid deck and the crew slept in shifts catered for the mission timeline. =
Sources: nasa.com, SCOM (NASA). =
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Do you see my happy face? 😁Do you know why I’m soooo excited?🙈
We are finally ON! 👍🏼 Official launch of my website is TODAY 🚀🚀🚀
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