I've learned that counting blessings everyday is a great excercise in staying postive. We tend to spend way to much time focussing on the one or two things that have gone wrong during our day and not give thanks for all the things that went right. One of my favorite sayings I found online, "You can't change the past, but you can ruin the present, by worrying about the future. "
My greatest "blessing" has been my very first grandchild. I know those of you who have grandchildren know what I'm talking about. I have two adult children who will always be my pride and joy.
One of my other passions is all things Lemp/St. Louis. The Lemp family became one of the largest brewers in America in the early 1900's (pre-prohibition). It's a story of wealth, suicide, murder, the rise and ultimate fall of a great brewing family. You can google the family if your interested in a fascinating tale of power, wealth, triumph and tragedy. Please be aware some of the stories that have been circulated over the past few decades are not true. Sadly, they're generated as a marketing tool to sell tickets, hotel rooms, books, tours, ratings, etc, The truth is often stranger than fiction and a more fascinating story. Two years ago I teamed up with a good friend and Lemp descendant to give the facts as told by his beloved grandmother Ann Marie Konta, granddaughter of Anna (Annie Lemp), first living child of William Lemp Sr. http://www.beerhistory.com/library/holdings/lemp1.shtml
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