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... After exploring the zoo (well, as much as I wanted to), I sat down for lunch at a restaurant over looking one of the small ponds they have in the zoo. It was so nice to be away from all those maniac children who act like they are from the zoo! Lol. For lunch I had the veggie burger with a side of homemade chips... It was so good. But I need to stop eating burgers because I'm "burgered-out!" And no more fries either! Man I feel like im gonna put on a lot of weight... But hopefully ...
... to be a happy Tutu for Zander!
Bob has been an angel in my recovery process. It can't be easy for him to want to help out a fiercely independent woman...now who could that be?...but he has been a trouper! We started walking the mall (with all the other old grunts) today and I am hoping that the daily stroll will get Bob out of the house a bit and give me back some leg strength! I know that he is ready to return to Maui and his softball team ...
Started with meeting I&J at the Sears building so after we walked over to Grant/Millennium parks for general loveliness and much sculpture -some good ( The bean -though I'm not much for A Kapoor it is big fun for all -quirky photos guaranteed ) then hanging out in the water fountain , sadly video behind curtains of water not working. Decided to give art institute and boat trip a miss today ... But went to the unremarkable and bit tacky ( not in a good way) ...
... was awesome. It looked like some people brought tables, tablecloths, fancy picnics and wine. It was great music but I left early so I could go back to the station and get a photo with a couple of them. I didn't remember exactly where it was since I had just stumbled on it, but I was able to find it. Solid second day exploring Chicago, looking forward to navy pier, Lincoln park zoo, and some deep dish pizza tomorrow with my brother Aaron and his girlfriend Christina. Enjoy the ...
... Milano's Eggplant park all the way without eating it himself I will never understand.)
We split up for the afternoon. Number one went down to the Southside to tour the University of Chicago in Hyde Park. He especially wanted to see where the atom was first split. He made sure to have his picture taken by the statue. There was apparently great discussion about Nobel Prizes and the collection accrued by the faculty ...
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