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... by the time I got back. Later in the day, we spent time with their daughters, Meghan and Missy, who have grown up so much in the 16 years I've known them.
A quiet evening ahead, with grilled salmon, roast potatoes, and Missy's signature salad to look forward to.
A long day's driving ahead tomorrow, as I head out for Toronto. Margaret and Howard have invited me to join them at their book group meeting at 6:00, so I've got to get there in time!
... Magnificent Mile, over the river, and South onto I-55. I was done with the studying, the noisy neighbors and being cooped up inside because Chicago winter's are miserable. There are few things as rewarding than feeling the tension ease out of you as you press your foot to the accelerator and watch the Chicago skyline fade in your rear view mirror.
30 minutes later we arrived in La Grange to ...
... of the first stop, a daycare. This is Brookfield's first time hosting the circus and she was super excited! She had all sorts of questions for us and wants to make sure the town is overly prepared for the show, which is really a fantastic welcome. Anne's even going to help our cookhouse with grocery shopping and hooking up the tigers with their meat.
The day was partially planned out, with random stops along the way ...
... with traffic running east. We couldn't have driven west on this part of Route 66 this year after all (as John had in 2005) and so we had started Route 66 on foot by default already. Back in the car, we were on Adams continuing west and eventually out of Chicago via Ogden, Harlem, I-55 and Joliet Road. We made a diversion north to look for Elliott Ness's house, but we couldn't find it as John hadn't had enough time to research the exact location of it. We had earlier managed to find ...
... to Milwaukee empty handed she is always bringing goodies and filled with love and hugs wanting to help in any way she can. I will miss my moms silly dance moves while driving and her constant love bombing.
A more comical home similar in size to the passenger seat of my dad’s car is a booth at Buffalo Wild Wings. Too many of my friends help support my unhealthy addiction to boneless mild wings and smiley fries with cheese. I plan on overcoming ...
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