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... Hare International Airport we got yelled at by security because we were blocking a fire zone with our luggage. I don't think anyone really liked us at the airport due to the fact that we are such a large group and took up so much space. I'm just ready to get this show on the road; take a nice nap on the plane and hit the ground running at 2am Indiana time once we get ...
... was awesome. During warm ups a gigantic inflated motorised Bull flys around the arena dropping t-shirts from under its belly. The Bull mascot, Benny Bull, is just crazy and entertains throughout the whole game. Every time out something is going on, whether it be cheerleaders throwing t-shirts or blowing them out of cannons, or animated dunkin donut races on the big screen. It was an even game through out but the Bulls got a little lead towards the end and won!! Yayyyy that ...
... on their iphones and what not to have their faces visible. I must say though, the silouette is a pretty cool shot. A note, one of the booths is an official photo booth, and when you're on the ledge, get all your photos, otherwise it'll take awhile before you get a second time in there.
Leaving literally at 10pm, we found ourselves on the lookout for food - unfortunately there didn't ...
... with me, I'm equally sure that there are so many moments that have slipped away by now.
Last weekend brought me to Madison, WI to visit my friend Christina. Madison is always such a good time. In one weekend I felt like I was back in college again, carefree and floating through life, but also had another day of general fun and merrymaking...going to the Art Fair (and dreaming of the day I will have a house where ...
After having checked out early and spending most of my day at Washington Union Station, I finally board my train to Chicago Union Station in the late afternoon. 17 hours on a seat in Economy Class, I did not know what I signed up for.
I reach my assigned seat, trade for the window with the woman next to me and am soon left alone all together as she leaves with her young baby and family to another car.