Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Sycamore
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I spend a lot of time in "packing central" making decisions. This shirt or that shirt - since shirt A is .2 oz less than shirt B, we have a winner, no matter how ugly shirt A may be - weight is all that matters now. (I have even taken my scale shopping - seriously - ...
... then I can have the strength to get a damn tattoo!! When I got up from the table to look at it in the mirror I cried instantly. I truly believe mom is my angel and now she really will be on my shoulder forever. I’m very grateful that my 2 friends shared this unforgettable special moment with me. It felt very fitting that I got it done at a shop a few blocks away from where mama brought me into the world at Sycamore Hospital…
Just a short note today! Bob and I are celebrating the gratitude that we have for each other, for family (biological and chosen!), for faith, for friends, and for health. We have so very much to be thankful for that our hearts are overflowing!
It has been two weeks since my surgery. I'm now able to be downstairs all day! My routine seems to be that I get up, shower, and get dressed on my own. Bob, my angel, brings me nice, strong ...
"What a fantastic day!!!
The management bought pizzas and salad and soda to treat every one at Loyoal Press to a Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Celebration Lunch. Dave and I were invited to join the group.
Let's back up a bit. We parked about 2 blocks from the office and walked in the rain to the front door. When we walked in Joe Paprocki was waiting for us in ...
... it’s a whole different story. Life comes to a shrieking halt, and the route can become hopelessly clogged and congested for hours; rendering expedient travel impossible.
Basically, a living hell for someone late to the airport for their flight.
And this being a Monday morning I knew that there would be traffic—mainly begrudged commuters on their way back to the city for work after the weekend.
As I ...