In disbelief. Heartbroken This man filled every room with joy. Contagious energy. Always laughing and cracking jokes. Never a dull moment with you. Going to miss your hour long phone calls.... man did he know how to talk you out! Rest In Peace Voodoo te quiero amigo @mrvoodooray siempre en nuestros corazones. #purelove#joy#voodooray#lovedbyall#legend
Oh my God it's our Brenda's birthday!!! A very Happy Birthday to our Beautiful Gorgeous Brenda! One of the biggest blessings in our CrossFit Lower Valley Family! We are beyond lucky that she can came to us, and we still remember her first day very clearly! I am pretty sure Chip remembers it too! You better spoil the heck out of her today Chip! We love you guys so much!
This rainbow sings to me. Having a natural way to support my family, right at my fingertips, is SO important to me. I honestly think these rollers have legit changed my life - #forreal
And this fall may be beautiful with the changing of the weather but man is this mama suffering (check out yesterdays fb live). These rollers have gotten quite the workout this past week. Every time I swipe them, I fall in love again .
Which one of these touch rollers are you most in love with? Or which one are you curious about?
I always knew my Father was loved. He is that guy that everyone gravitates too, feels comfortable with, can really laugh with, and genuinely likes. People come to him for advise, guidance, and unconditional friendship. He is kind, funny, and always has a sparkle in his eye. Having him in the hospital at the end of his days and witnessing the outpouring of love from the line up of visitors is truly inspiring. He is my best friend and so very very loved, but he’s also the best friend of many others. Thank you for the cards, hugs, coffees, visits, messages, meals, and amazing stories of how my Dad has touched your lives. #bestfriend#bestdad#lovedbyall#inspiring#theoneandonlypapa
Finally got to take my Dad to something instead of him always taking me to something. My Dad grew up poorer than dirt and worked his ass off his entire life, 20+years in the Navy on Submarines to being the Senior Manager of Operations at Associated Electric. A few years ago as a birthday present I messaged all his old navy buddies and had them give me their favorite memories (1 Serious and 1 funny) of working with him. The common theme amongst all of the stories was how loved he was by his crew (superiors and enlisted alike) and how many of them modeled their leadership after him.
My entire life he made sure that we never were going to bed hungry like he did, never having to figure out how we were going to play a sport because we couldn't afford the equipment, and he also made sure that we also worked our asses off to know that this world isn't free.
One of my life checklists was to finally take him to something cool, like he had for me my entire life. Yeah we were in the nosebleeds, yeah he got us hooked up with a tailgating experience through work, but at the end of the day he was stoked that I took him with my tickets to a Chiefs game. He didn't care that we were at an altitude where the air was a bit thin, or that we had to climb 90 sets of stairs to get to our seats, just that we were there together. He had always been hard on me, and I thank God he had because I know that without it I wouldn't have ever been able to do something like this for him. Something he passed down to me when I took my first leadership position was that "you treat the Janitor in the same respect you treat the CEO" best advice I have ever gotten. Love ya dad.