This is very unlikely and far fetched. But with reasonable circumstances this deal very well could take place. In my opinion, the Chiefs should try to acquire Anquan Boldin. Boldin is a big bodied wideout who has the hands and frame the Chiefs offense needs. He is very reliable. Although he is old, he knows how to play the game, he is a veteran and very solid. He is a great competitor and has a career that some say is Hall Of Fame worthy. Boldin would be a great asset for the Chiefs. He could be a mentor to our young wide receiver set. Since he retired while playing for the Bills and may be interested in coming back, the Chiefs would have the trade for Boldin. He wouldn’t be a huge haul. Probably a late draft pick. How would you guys feel about this? I would like it! Let me know in the comments.👀
To all the pages I tagged, let me know what you think of Boldin. You’ve watched him play more than I have.
A year ago yesterday I had taken a picture of my 2016 temperature blanket (second picture). I ended up being disappointed in it because it was way too long. This year I started on my 2018 temperature blanket as my new years resolution. I figured it out that it'll be just the right length for me. I can't wait to see what Missouri's temperatures give me throughout the year.
I was recently recognized in the St. Louis Business Journal’s 30 under 30, but I did not begin with such success. After being suspended from college during my freshman year, I became a housekeeper at a hospital near my hometown, Bellwood, IL. After returning to college, I was the first African American Male to graduate from Southern Illinois University. Since then, I have been a part of emergency teams that have saved lives in Chicago, St. Louis, and Southern Illinois.
Today, I am in the final year of the dual Juris Doctor and Master of Health Administration program at Saint Louis University. I also supervise more than eighty nurses and clinical staff members at an urban community hospital in St. Louis, MO. Next year, I will join Dignity Health at its corporate office in San Francisco, CA, where I will work with leadership as an Administrative Fellow. In the future, I hope to become the president of a health system so that I can use my skills to improve communities on a large scale.
Kwamane D. Liddell
Juris Doctor Student / Saint Louis University
Master of Administration Student / Saint Louis University
Registered Nurse / Emergency Services
Natalie White, 17 anos, participa da segunda edição da Marcha das Mulheres em frente ao Gateway Arch, em St. Louis, Missouri, em 20 de janeiro de 2018. #womensmarch#missouri#trumpshutdown#usa
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TCMS we’re going to Clearwater Cove this summer!!!!!! We’ve got flyers with allllll the deets. Find a leader at school or reach out to a leader to make sure you get one! It’s gonna be sooo LIT 😝🤟🏽👣✊🏾💦☀️🏀⚽️🏐🚣🏿♀️🚴🏻♂️🧗🏼♀️🌅🎉 #summercamp#wyldlife#clearwatercove#missouri#friends
Explored Hartsburg for the first time to find Hartsburg Baptist Church on the corner of First St. and Thomas Lane. Empty morning streets but never fear, per the recent update of the "Welcome to Hartsburg, Mo" sign, the town population has increased from 105 to 106 residents. #smalltownusa#missouri#hartsburgmo#exploring#church
20 Jan. 2018 || Hartsburg, Mo
Let me introduce you babes to my amazing fiancé Jake
Hardworking landscaper and firefighter, loves the Lord and always supports me 💖💖💖 we are getting married in October and I️ am counting down the days!
Anyone else getting married this year?
KANSAS CITY, MO: Doodles needs a forever home! She is a long-term foster who has spent time in two different foster homes. She has done very well in both of them. And we are certain that once she finally finds her forever family, she'll truly thrive! Doodles is about 8 years old is is the longest standing dog with Kansas City Pet Project. She is super well behaved when home alone and LOVES to snuggle with people above all else. SO sweet! PLEASE SHARE to help Doodles for her forever home! 😴💃🏾😴 Doodles' foster wrote, "Doodles is one of @kcpetproject's long-term senior dogs and I can't do enough to promote her. She's a 8-ish year old mixed breed and a really low-maintenance dog. I work long hours and Doodles is home alone a lot. She's never chewed anything or gone to the bathroom on the carpet. She's been quite content with 10 minute morning and evening walks, with short pee breaks in-between.
Doodles can entertain herself with toys but loves to play tug-of-war with anyone. She also likes lying over your lap and staring adoringly at you while you rub her belly. And her special skill is peeling bedsheets back to lie on bed pillows and shedding on them, but magically never being seen lying on pillows! 😉
She did well with her other foster family, too. The other family didn't have live in children, but they had a nine year old visit for the holiday who got along well with Doodles. As always, Doodles is a complete sweetheart. More than anything else, Doodles loves to snuggle. She knew 'sit' and 'down' when she came home with me and I'm teaching her 'stay.' Her favorite treat is popcorn, which she has learned to catch out of the air.
Doodles is a very enthusiastic and sometimes is a rough playmate with other dogs. She is leash reactive and will bark and pull, though this behavior has been much improved over the last few months. She can’t live with cats because she gets excited & likes to chase small fuzzy things.
She just needs some love & understanding!" To adopt Doodles, please email @kcpetproject foster at [email protected] with questions or to submit an application. ❤️ #seniordog#kansascity#Missouri#adoption