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  • I love researching and finding out the history of places. This tuberculosis hospital opened at nearly full capacity in 1912. ‘The white plague’ was the number one cause of death across the United States this year. If you love history your going to love the coffee table book!
  • I love researching and finding out the history of places. This tuberculosis hospital opened at nearly full capacity in 1912. ‘The white plague’ was the number one cause of death across the United States this year. If you love history your going to love the coffee table book!
  • 318 5 5 hours ago

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  • El Jefe the Luchador Commands You to Order a Torta During Your Next Visit. We Recommend Listening. He's a Big, Scary Guy AND Our Tortas are Pretty Delicious.
  • El Jefe the Luchador Commands You to Order a Torta During Your Next Visit. We Recommend Listening. He's a Big, Scary Guy AND Our Tortas are Pretty Delicious.
  • 576 15 18 February, 2019

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  • uno más unposted photo, this one of @alecburnstoast from 2017 in The Rain™️
  • uno más unposted photo, this one of @alecburnstoast from 2017 in The Rain™️
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  • throwback to ohmayra’s senior pictures
  • throwback to ohmayra’s senior pictures
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  • "Though the corner of East Avenue and Vick Park A was originally the site of the Old Union Tavern and Race Course, for the past 130 years it has been home to the stately mansion pictured here. The Queen Anne style home was built in 1883 for Henry Ellsworth, a successful building and railroad contractor who was involved in the construction of some 85 buildings in Rochester as well as the Northern Pacific Railway and vast stretches of railroad tracks in New York and Pennsylvania. For the construction of his own house, the contractor commissioned Harvey Ellis, a renowned architect who designed a number of both private and public buildings in Rochester, most notably the Federal Building (now City Hall) on the corner of Church and Fitzhugh. Though the first generation of Rochester’s elite had settled in the third ward on the West side, by the time Ellsworth amassed his fortune in the late 19th century, East Avenue proved the boulevard of choice for the city’s leading industrialists and company presidents.
Ellsworth’s next-door neighbor was the founder of Rochester’s park system, Alexander Lamberton. Members of the prominent Bausch and Strong families lived nearby. George Eastman took up residency two blocks away in 1905." (This is part of Emily Morrys article for the @democratandchronicle from about 5 years ago.  It's worth the read and the old time photos if you look it up.  You can see the porch that used to be on the house 😭😭😭) .
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#rochester #rochesterny #thisisroc #explorerochester #architecture #architecture_lovers #downtown #historic #history #roctopshots #love #hope #iloveny #oldbuilding #oldhouse #thisplacematters #cityliving #neighborhood #wandering #wanderer #wanderlust #explore #exploring #preservation #urban #explorer #getoutside #wny #latergram #ny
  • "Though the corner of East Avenue and Vick Park A was originally the site of the Old Union Tavern and Race Course, for the past 130 years it has been home to the stately mansion pictured here. The Queen Anne style home was built in 1883 for Henry Ellsworth, a successful building and railroad contractor who was involved in the construction of some 85 buildings in Rochester as well as the Northern Pacific Railway and vast stretches of railroad tracks in New York and Pennsylvania. For the construction of his own house, the contractor commissioned Harvey Ellis, a renowned architect who designed a number of both private and public buildings in Rochester, most notably the Federal Building (now City Hall) on the corner of Church and Fitzhugh. Though the first generation of Rochester’s elite had settled in the third ward on the West side, by the time Ellsworth amassed his fortune in the late 19th century, East Avenue proved the boulevard of choice for the city’s leading industrialists and company presidents.
    Ellsworth’s next-door neighbor was the founder of Rochester’s park system, Alexander Lamberton. Members of the prominent Bausch and Strong families lived nearby. George Eastman took up residency two blocks away in 1905." (This is part of Emily Morrys article for the @democratandchronicle from about 5 years ago. It's worth the read and the old time photos if you look it up. You can see the porch that used to be on the house 😭😭😭) .
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    #rochester #rochesterny #thisisroc #explorerochester #architecture #architecture_lovers #downtown #historic #history #roctopshots #love #hope #iloveny #oldbuilding #oldhouse #thisplacematters #cityliving #neighborhood #wandering #wanderer #wanderlust #explore #exploring #preservation #urban #explorer #getoutside #wny #latergram #ny
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  • Do you remember being a little kid and you would have random aches and pains in your legs, and your parents would tell you not to worry, those were just growing pains?
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Growing pains 👇🏼
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As adults, we may not feel physical growing pains, but we feel them mentally, emotionally, and spiritually on a pretty consistent basis. Unfortunately, they are harder to identify as we get older.
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Restlessness, an uneasy feeling, anxious, nervous - all of those *unpleasant* feelings seem to creep into our lives at our hardest moments. But what I have realized is this: this is where the opportunity for growth lies.
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Mental, emotional, and spiritual growth. An opportunity to learn to trust ourselves, to work through those emotions, and work towards developing a bigger, better version of ourselves. Of course, it is nearly impossible to see when we are in the thick of it.
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So, I just want you to keep in mind that these experiences are normal and important for growth and that it is OK to change your normal routine as you push through the hard times.
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And most importantly, having a lot of self-compassion and practicing a little bit of self-care can make the growing pains a whole lot less painful.
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If you're in the middle of a growing pain, for whatever reason, know that I understand, I see you, I feel you, and I can't wait to see the stronger version of you out on the other side.
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xox, from one woman going through a growing pain to another 😘
  • Do you remember being a little kid and you would have random aches and pains in your legs, and your parents would tell you not to worry, those were just growing pains?
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    Growing pains 👇🏼
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    As adults, we may not feel physical growing pains, but we feel them mentally, emotionally, and spiritually on a pretty consistent basis. Unfortunately, they are harder to identify as we get older.
    .
    Restlessness, an uneasy feeling, anxious, nervous - all of those *unpleasant* feelings seem to creep into our lives at our hardest moments. But what I have realized is this: this is where the opportunity for growth lies.
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    Mental, emotional, and spiritual growth. An opportunity to learn to trust ourselves, to work through those emotions, and work towards developing a bigger, better version of ourselves. Of course, it is nearly impossible to see when we are in the thick of it.
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    So, I just want you to keep in mind that these experiences are normal and important for growth and that it is OK to change your normal routine as you push through the hard times.
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    And most importantly, having a lot of self-compassion and practicing a little bit of self-care can make the growing pains a whole lot less painful.
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    If you're in the middle of a growing pain, for whatever reason, know that I understand, I see you, I feel you, and I can't wait to see the stronger version of you out on the other side.
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    xox, from one woman going through a growing pain to another 😘
  • 45 2 32 minutes ago

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  • Spent the morning planning with @michellearboresavvysocialmedia for a super exciting women’s vendor event we’re hosting this Spring. Stay tuned for more details!
  • Spent the morning planning with @michellearboresavvysocialmedia for a super exciting women’s vendor event we’re hosting this Spring. Stay tuned for more details!
  • 19 1 42 minutes ago