Saturday, September 23, 2017!
Sticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint (Henrietta)! 9:30pm-11:30pm!
We will be filming the performance, and we'd love for you to be a part of the experience (and have a great time)!!! 🎼🎤🎸💃🏾🕺🏻 #SoulExpress#BTS#NoteworthyStudios#PracticeMakesPerfect
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Some classic bungee cord resistance training from the guys at @serdachnyhockey . I don't see this as often these days, but I love it. First, the bungee cord gives resistance for strength development while skating away from the coach helping develop a players skating power. Second, on the way way back, the bungee cord acts as an accelerator that moves the skater at a higher speed than they would normally skate. This helps develop the body mechanics & ability to tap into that "higher gear" when needed. Great training tool to help a player improve power & speed 👍. 🎥: @serdachnyhockey#hockey#training#hockeylife
Return to the Land of Dreams! The Nutcracker Benefit Luncheon is back Dec. 16th. Experience the magic of backstage while savoring a lovely lunch followed by an array of sweet treats. This unforgettable day begins with activities for the whole family including autographs/photo opportunities with SF Ballet dancers, unique crafts, a visit from a very special guest & of course a matinee performance of SF Ballet’s beloved #Nutcracker. Proceeds benefit San Francisco Ballet School & Youth Programs & the SF Ballet School Scholarship Fund. For more info visit our website
This is kiwi juice. Kiwi is a fruit and it contains selulose. Selulose is a natural polymer.
A lot of people asked me how to memorize a Science fact. To be honest, I am very bad at memorizing facts, like History, but it is an exception for Science. This is because Science is around us. It happens in our daily life. Just like what I did to the kiwi juice, that's how I memorize a Science fact. ☺
Alfie with one of his cracking penatlies in training today 👌🏻⚽
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In 7 days I would have spent 3 months in hospital!
So much can happen in three months... I have progressed from having paralysis from the neck down➡️ to regaining more feeling and movement in my upper body ➡️ to now taking steps (video clip coming soon!)
My spinal cord injury is along the C6 and C7 level. This is closer to the brain and means that fine motor skills are a challenge. Using my hands and pulling my signature "thumbs up" 👍🏾wasn't possible initially. Now I can type, give you all a thumbs up, and have better control of my wrists! 👏🏾 👍🏾
I'm working on having better control of my hands, still. This cast helps prevent my hands from curling into fists (it's involuntary - I don't want to fight anyone✌🏾)
Here's to overcoming challenges!