“The most important thing in my life right now would have to be my friendships. I put a lot of value in my friendships because I feel like that’s such a unique relationship to have - it’s different from romantic love and familial love, it’s just something very genuine and pure to be friends with someone. I am blessed enough where I have so many friends around me and I just want to be able to love them all so much. They make me feel better about myself and make me want to be a better person and I try to do the same for them. They enrich my life so much.
Something a lot of people don’t know about me is how much I love writing. I have a lot of issues with focusing, especially in a classroom setting. When it comes to writing, I’m able to focus in on of my overactive imagination and mind and just write and create something I’m proud of. I love writing poetry and short stories; I’ve even written like two novels.
If I could change one thing about the world, I would change the way people view differences. So many of the problems we have in the world are based off of people focusing on each other’s differences, instead of all the great things that bring us together. When you’re so focused on the differences of other people, you’re not really seeing all the love you could be giving them instead.”
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Opening reception for Guano Apasionado: Works by Ryan Case
Friday, February 1, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1433 South Shelby Street
Louisville, KY 40217 (Gallery entrance on McHenry St.)
Show runs from Friday, February 1, 2019 - Saturday, February 23, 2019
Art Sanctuary is pleased to announce:
Guano Apasionado: Works by Ryan Case
Ryan Case is a painter of characters and a teacher who guides kids and adults through the creative process for "Making Monsters". This February, Art Sanctuary will host a solo exhibition of Case's colorful, expressive, pop-art portraiture.
From Ryan: "Ryan Case is a non stop believer in the power of positive thinking, focused motivation and in giving everything into your intentions. Ryan is a hardworking Louisville based artist, homeschooling father of 2 girls, fur dad to 3 dogs, and husband to his poet muse. Through ancient rites, symbols and incantations, words spoken on nights when the stars aligned, he has pulled the color out of space to splash upon canvas. This is a showcase of a variety of what I love to do. This is the art that makes me happy to create. I want to pass on that good feeling to you, and I hope you enjoy yourself." #louisville#louisvilleky#louisvilleartist#louisvilleartscene#louisvilleunknown#gonzo#art#solislumen#batshitpassionate#artistsoninstagram#vegan#monsters#fuckyeah
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Have you tried our mexican shredded beef quesadilla with beans?
“Muhammad Ali belonged to the world, but he only had one hometown, and fortunately, that is our great city of Louisville. It is important that we, as a city, further champion The Champ’s legacy, and the airport renaming is a wonderful next step.” - @mayorgregfischer#kentucky#louisville#muhammadali
The #Louisville International Airport located in #Kentucky, #USA will be renamed Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.
The name will be changed to honor the late sportsman, humanitarian and activist #MuhammadAli who was chosen as Sports Personality of the Century by the #BBC.
Ali was born in Louisville and grew up there as a child and it is a fitting tribute to one of the city's biggest personalities.
Mayor Greg Fischer praised Ali’s contributions to both his sport and his hometown.
Ali was a #Muslim and would often proudly speak about his #Islamic faith.
He once said, "Everything I do now, I do to please #Allah,"
"I conquered the world, and it didn't bring me happiness. The only true satisfaction comes from honoring and worshipping God. ... Being a true Muslim is the most important thing in the world to me. It means more to me than being black or being #American."
May Allah have mercy on him.
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My new Softball Bat came in today !!! Cant wait to break it in, although I hate to see it get dirty and scuffed up.
Class of 2019 it’s not too late for senior pics!! How about a colorful Spring city shoot like Ciara’s? Available dates are: April 16th, 22nd, 29th. May 6th, 8th, 15th, 21st. Have Mom or Dad email us at [email protected]!
Every girl needs an little black dress. This just happens to be one of like six for me 🤷🏻♀️🖤
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We finally had a snow day here in Louisville! It didn’t last long, most was melted by mid afternoon, but luckily I was able to take a drive and catch some of the magic. On my journey I was immediately taken with this adorable cape cod nestled amongst the powdery landscape. The color scheme is a new one for me, a soft lime green with navy accents, but I’m really digging it. Who else is giving two thumbs up for this standout abode? 👍🏻🙋🏻♀️👍🏻
RP @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Chantel Kelli! @_popchanny!
#BlackHistoryMonth is starting early this year, beloved! #MuhammadAli is getting an airport in #Louisville, #Kentucky named after him! It was announced earlier today (Wednesday) that Louisville International Airport will be renamed Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport!
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said, “Muhammad Ali belonged to the world, but he only had one hometown, and fortunately, that is our great city of Louisville. Muhammad became one of the most well-known people to ever walk the Earth and has left a legacy of humanitarianism and athleticism that has inspired billions of people.
We hear that the airport’s — read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📷: @gettyimages