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St. Louis Globe-Democrat Returns

December 8, 2009

Good Morning….How’s your world today?
Good Morning…Start with us and you’ll say…
Good Morning…Let the sun come shining through…

If you’re looking to see how the rest of the world is
We’re first every day…

Good Morning means the Globe-Democrat today!!


Gooey Butter Cake

March 14, 2009

gooeyYou won’t find me posting much about cooking, because I’m better at eating than at cooking.  And baking…. forget it.  I’ll leave that to Jenny.  But if you’re looking for something delicious, I came across this recipe for Gooey Butter Cake.  Any self-respecting St. Louisan will know exactly what that is, but if you’re not from the area, now you can bake one up yourself.  Enjoy (immensely)!

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St. Louis Ride for Kids

September 8, 2008
My daughter and brain tumor patient Isabelle smiles before the 2007 ride.

My daughter and brain tumor patient Isabelle smiles before the 2007 ride.

It’s that time of year again.  Time for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Ride for Kids.  The one in St. Louis is held each year in September.  Last year, the St. Louis Ride for Kids raised $69,780.  The seventh annual event in St. Louis will be on Sunday, September 21st.  It starts at St. Charles Community College and we ride our through the beautiful Missouri countryside, looping back to the college for lunch.  If you are a motorcycle owner, ride out and join us!  Registration is $35, starts at 8 a.m. and closes at 9:45 a.m., with the ride starting at 10 a.m.

If you don’t have a bike but would like to donate, you can send a registration form and donations to PBTF, 302 Ridgefield Ct., Asheville, NC 28806. Mark your form “Not Attending” to credit.  This will credit the St. Louis event.

You can see all the inforamtion on their website.  Hope to see you there, and thanks for your support!


Grats to Brett Hull

August 13, 2008

Brett Hull was one of four players announced yesterday for the class of 2008 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.  The induction ceremony will be held in Denver on October 10th.

St. Louisans will always consider Brett Hull a Blues player.  He rose ot prominence in the NHL with the Blue Note and played 10-1/2 years in St. Louis.  In his first full season with the Blues (1988-89), he scored 41 goals and received the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.  The next 3 years he scored over 70 goals a season, including the 1990-91 season when he won the Lester B. Pearson Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy as NHL’s MVP after scoring 86 goals.  He scored 50 goals in 50 games twice in his career, the only player other that Wayne Gretzky (who did it three times) to have done that more than once.

He scored an amazing 741 in his 20 year career, third all time in the NHL, and recorded a total of 1,391 points.   He went on to win Stanley Cups with Detroit and Dallas, and was a 9-time All Star.  He also won an Olympic Silver medal with the U.S. team in 2002.  In 2006, his #16 jersey was retired by the St. Louis Blues and raised to the rafters, and it marked another milestone:  the only time in any professional sport that a father-son combo had their respective numbers retired.  Congrats Brett!

Kudos also go out to Brian Leetch and Mike Richter of the New York Rangers, and to Cammi Granato, the all-time scoring leader for the U.S. women’s hockey team, who were also announced for the 2008 class.

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