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... it's in their blood. As I sit loving the music a fat white couple pushing a wheelchair approach the pedestrian crossing. In the wheelchair sits a very pale young woman with a scarf on her head, clearly a cancer patient, so white, so frail, so very sad, tears come to my eyes...how blessed am I, are we.I notice a woman gesturing to the muso and she approaches and hangs about, his wife or girlfriend perhaps. Getting a bit chilly, time to go, I throw a couple ...
... by about 2 hours so I thought I would catch up on some blog. 20mins complimentary wifi was all that was allowed and then you had to pay for it. So I didn't get to catch up much of that.
So now we all have to go to customer service which is at the other end of the terminal and for those that know Chicago airport, its a bloody long way. The line for customer service is growing by ...
... a concert here would be a treat!!
Lunch is at the '19the Century Women's Club' - must look up their history and although my table arrangements sound ok Valerie with 5 men - they are in fact 4 of the most rednecked/uniteresting men whose conversation seems limited to 'smart cracks' if only we weren't 'seated' to top it off the Mexican catered lunch is a bit blah - however the entertainment is fantastic - a young, talented ragtime musician/composer Reginald Robinson - ...
... we just retrieved our bags before they were asking us to get our tickets scanned ready for boarding. The guy in the lounge is differently a guy who enjoys his job. He had everyone lined up ready to board, and making us whoop and cheer -thankfully as a group- before he would let us through the doors to the platform. On boarding, we met Curtis, our coach attendent. When directing us ...
... had to read the words from the scoreboard. Here are the lyics:
Bear down, Chicago Bears, make every play clear the way to victory.
Bear down, Chicago Bears, put up a fight with a might so fearlessly.
We'll never forget the way you thrilled the nation with your T formation.
Bear down, Chicago Bears, and let them know why you're wearing the crown.
You're the pride and joy of Illinois, Chicago ...
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