Bundle up your Weekly Serve Series with your Weekly Fast Feet and get the BEST deal!
You will get 6 weeks of Serve Drills designed in a progression to get your serve ready for the League Tennis season, as well as 6 weeks (not 5) of footwork patterns and drills to immediately increase your efficiency moving around the court!
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Starting Jan 29th at West Meade Swim and Tennis Club
Mondays 10:30-12 and Wednesdays 10:30-12
New listing! Located in one of the most sought out areas in Putnam County this stunning one-level home is situated on 2.92 surveyed acres. Home offers 3 bedrooms, large master suite, 2 full newly remodeled baths, beautiful hardwood flooring, living room with vaulted ceiling, spacious kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliances, adjoining eat-in area open to the living room, mud room with shelving for storage, 2-car garage long enough to fit a boat, plus covered back deck overlooking the property. Additional property Available!
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This book is beautiful - but much more importantly, it's filled with words of love, memories, well wishes, and encouragement by my Gensler Atlanta family. Very thankful for my years in Atlanta, and forever thankful to have this piece to carry with me on my journey.
I have always preferred going out on Thursday night to Friday ✨ spent last night catching up with my girl @iamabbydarby at the newly opened (and amazing) @noelle_nashville and @makeready_nashville — highly recommend. Beautiful and creative spaces with equally great cocktails and food. I think I'm in love. 😍😍😍 Photo by @noelle_nashville
“When The Man Comes Around”⚫️
It is one of the last songs Cash wrote before his death.Both sung and spoken, the song makes numerous Biblical references, especially to the Book of Revelation.⚫️ There are numerous biblical references in the song. The musical portion then begins with Cash reciting that "the man" (Jesus Christ) will one day come to pass judgment. The chorus indicates that these events will be accompanied by trumpets, (as in Revelation ch.8,9,11), pipers (Rev.18:22), and "one hundred million angels singing". The voice of the Lord in Revelation is often likened to the sound of a loud trumpet (Revelation 1:10; 4:1; and 8:13). Revelation 5:11 states that John saw that there are millions of angels in Heaven.
The song also alludes to the Parable of the Ten Virgins from the Gospel of Matthew (25:1–13) with the lyrics "The virgins are all trimming their wicks," a reference to the virgins' preparation of the Second Coming of Christ. The phrase, "It's hard for thee to kick against the pricks" cites Acts 26:14, where Paul the Apostle describes meeting Jesus while traveling to Damascus. It is a reference to a Greek proverb where a kicking ox only injures himself by attempting to kick against a goad, intended to represent the futility of resisting the Lord.
Elsewhere, the song mentions the wise men who bow before the Lord's throne, and cast their "golden crowns" at the feet of God. Revelation 4 refers to elders who worship the Lord and "lay their crowns" before Him (Revelation 4:10). "Alpha and Omega" refers to God himself. (Rev.1:8,11, 21:6, 22:13), but also to the cries of the newborn and the dying. "Whoever is unjust... etc" is a quote from Revelation 22:11.
I’m already missing our winter wonderland that’s melting away. Nashville looks so good in almost every season (except the dead of summer humidity). Everyone is over the cold but me, I love it. ❄️❤️🙋🏼♀️
Had to share this perfect fresh snow moment my friend captured earlier this week while I was in California (missing the snow). Hope we get more snow this season! ❄️❄️ 📷 @essayem#snow#nashville#seasons#newyear#fresh#photography#instagood#winteriscoming