About last night ... dinner at @missiontacojoint in St. Charles, Missouri. Ordered chicken flautas (crisp flour tortilla filled with shredded chicken, corn and chihuahua cheese, BBQ sauce and Mexican crema with a side of Street Corn “Off the Cob” grilled and tossed with garlic-lime mayo and queso fresco. Delicioso!
NIGHT OUT!! October 27th 6-10p Spaghetti dinner & Trivia!!! Don’t forget to purchase your ticket for our upcoming Trivia Night!!! Seats are running out!!!! $25 per person or $30 at the door!!! Comes with an awesome spaghetti 🍝 dinner and so much more!!!! You can pay for your entry via www.paypal.me/sevenmorecats —- In the comments section please note it is for “Trivia Night” Good fun!! Bring your friends family and neighbors! Wining table will not only get their entry fee back but they will get a lottery ticket bouquet with $50 worth of lottery tickets on it!!! Many raffle baskets, silent auction items and much much more.... #stcharlesmo#stcharlesmissouri#fundraising#fundraiser#trivianight#luckyk9rescue#rescuerehomerepeat#rescue#pitbulls#dogs#cats#sevenmorecats#pawsghetti#auction
I saw these colorful leaves of a Flowering Dogwood tree in St. Charles, MO. I appreciate this tree. In the spring, flowering Dogwoods brighten the seemingly lifeless woods with majestic white flowers. Each of the four petals of a flower has a “rusty” hole at the tip, reminders of the nails that pierced the hands and feet of Jesus on the cross. Resulting red berries can remind us of Jesus’ blood shed for our sins, giving life to all who believe this and know that He rose from the dead and reigns over all things (Revelation 1:4-5). The berries nourish birds that also spread the seeds, multiplying the trees. The green leaves shade the ground, helping to keep it moist. Life-giving chlorophyll pigments of the leaves are part of a process that uses light-energy, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugars needed for cell growth. The trees grow slowly and the wood is valued as a very hard wood. Pigments, called carotenoids, protect the leaves and leaf-eating caterpillars. These molecules are revealed in the fall as chlorophyll fades along with shortened daylight. New buds show the potential for another time of spender after the dormancy of winter. What an amazing tree and Maker. Tap @creationspeech