Yesterday’s high temperature in St. Louis was 66. St. Louis’s hockey team, the STL Blues, won 6-0. And, according to his grandson, Stan always said “If you’re not 15 minutes early, then you’re late.” He passed away at 5:45, fifteen minutes before 6:00.
Here’s to you, number 6.

As they say in St. Louis, “6 is a serious number.” <3

Convo with friend in Canada (roughly)
  • Friend:heat wave and my roommate is baking a cake I want to kill her
  • Me:unless it is the equivalent of over 100F for 11 days with over half being above 105 you are complaining to the wrong girl. St Louis has had 10 deaths due to heat.
  • Friend:we went from cold weather and cool rain to 35-40C though
  • Me:when it finally rained here it was mixed with snow
  • Friend:but we have thick blood and our buildings don't have good air conditioning
  • Me:I live in an old building and only have one window unit in my apartment. You aren't going to win this.
  • NOTE:I found this in my drafts... judging by the use of "roommate" and judging from my memory... this has been in my drafts since 2012... haha

Cubs-Cardinals postponed because of inclement weather

( - Tuesday’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs was postponed because of impending inclement weather. Read more about here

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RAW: Powerful thunderstorm creates rivers of hail in St. Louis

A massive storm system rumbled across the Midwest on Tuesday, dumping large amounts of hail in a relatively short period of time. Many communities, particulalry in St. Louis, were flooded with rivers of hail when drainage systems were unable to handle the amount of water.

(I posted this on Facebook but since there’s not a lot of Facebook-Tumblr overlap in my life, I thought I’d post it here to so you guys can hear about how St. Louis is going so far!)

Today is a hard day. I’ve taken to the St. Louis spring weather like a duck to water, but every time I go to the grocery store, I cry. I can’t find any local honey and all the brands are unfamiliar and there are no good tortillas or tortilla chips. Then I stand in line and watch as the person in front of me has the grocery bagger put each individual item in its own fucking plastic bag. I bought sushi at the grocery store today like I often do but it’s probably going to be gross.

The local Hulu ads are for some jesus-y Branson musical called Jonah. One of my neighbors left a note on my car telling me I parked in the wrong place. And my potential trapeze instructor won’t email me back to set up a time for a private lesson and I miss working out with my friends instead of alone in my apartment and my upstairs neighbor smokes in his house so I want a cigarette all day and all my stuff is still in stupid boxes.

I could find someone to go out for coffee with, but I only have two friends under the age of 60 here, and I’m not comfortable with either one of them seeing me cry.