Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis
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The day I have been dreading all summer is finally here: moving Max to Saint Louis. He will be staying with my mom for two months while he gets all checked out and approved to fly to New Zealand. I packed up every single last toy I could find (forgoing packing a purse or more than a change of clothes for myself) to make sure he felt at home away from home. Our flight was at 6:50 in the morning and we would take two flights to get to ...
We drove to the Arch this morning. We had no idea how huge that sucker is! 630 feet! That's taller than the Space Needle! You have to go up 90 steps, sit in a tin can to ride up into the top, where you can look out over the city and the Mississippi River. Three problems, no four...
1) We have the dogs with us
2) We are both afraid of heights
3) My knees are not in good shape and 90 steps would kill them
4) That sucker sways ...
... Citrus Express."
A special thanks to John and Sharon Gibbs, Kurt and Jenny Buchholtz, Greg and Yvette Seltz, Harold Melzer, Kurt and Jodi Klauss, and Tim and Debby Kinne and the entire LHM pilgrimage family.
I pray God continues to hold you in His Hand, bless you and that we may someday meet on another pilgrimage.
Please continue to keep Rich and Carol in your prayers
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... it really stand out. The Saint Louis Art Museum has two for me. First is the world’s largest collection of paintings by German expressionist Max Beckmann, including a huge gallery devoted entirely to his works. Beckmann settled in the Saint Louis area after leaving Nazi Germany when his paintings were declared to be degenerate and removed from public collections.
The second ...