Union League club
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We had a great time visiting Jamie and Eric in Chicago. It was very cold but get warmer each day. Because we had our Big Ass Truck, we chose to stay by O'Hare and take the train in and out of the city each day. We watched the Wildcats lose and the Spartans win, with other games in between. Jamie and Eric cooked us a fantastic Asian dinner on Sunday night. Here are a few pictures from our visit.
... last ones left at the party, this rarely happens for me lol.
The next day we went out with Jonty and walked down Michigan Avenue for a bit more shopping and just because it's a nice street. The flower beds have vegetables in which I thought was odd, so there were carrots, beetroot, cabbages etc all growing down their equivalent of Oxford Street. I think the cabbages look pretty but its a bit wasteful if know one actually eats them. We ...
... its friendly people, and that certainly was our experience. People were very poor, but I am reminded of the distinction between poverty and destitution. Poverty has to do with not having stuff. Destitution affects the soul. It seems to occur most often when people are removed from the land and live in the slums of cities. The villagers certainly had a minimum of "stuff", but they were surrounded by family and community.
Since we’ve returned ...
... get here, it was never a conversation of which was better, or oh I wish I would have done it the other way. Because we all knew that it was our way. When I think back to the end of my terribly long day when I thought my body would give out - I thought why didn't I stop earlier? Why did I push myself to this? In the end, I figured out that each decision, each person I met, every single thing that happened to me on my walk was "my ...
After naps for everyone except Big D (though he played quietly enough), we headed downtown for some dinner. To do this, we hiked a mile from the Hyatt to the Rosemont Blue Line station, about 3/4 of which D was able to walk/run on his own. Our trip on the "El" was the first public transit train that the kids are able to remember, so as you can imagine, the ride itself was SO EXCITING. Although, if you know Chicago, you know that ...