University Club of Chicago
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I just touched down in Chicago! It's very nice and sunny here. BUT it's cold. I've never been to Chicago but it seems like a nice place to live! The flight was short, so I didn't get to nap. I'm going to save my nap for the long flight. Check out the pictures from ...
... arty boards which were called "The World we want" and people could express in chalk their opinions and feelings on what would make the world a better place. Some were really sincere but some were just funny. We then went on an Architectural boat tour as Jonty had two free tickets. Chicago has some of America's tallest buildings and is famous for it's architecture. The Willis Tower is the second tallest building in the western hemisphere after ...
... been asked whether I feel a great sense of accomplishment, and my answer is mixed. Yes, of course, I am very proud that by the end of this month, just as the rainy season starts, two more classes will be meeting indoors and not under trees. On the other hand, the needs are so great that our efforts seem like a very small drop in a very large bucket of need. But then I am reminded of the story of the starfish. Perhaps you know the story. Every night thousands ...
... I needed to go through it all - the good and the bad. I try to use this one as much as possible. I have a habit of being a "woulda, coulda, shoulda" person - I'm going to try to do better at this. Because this is my way, and is exactly as it is meant to be.
Enjoy (and better yet, look forward to) the times that things don't go the way you planned, as they usually turn out to be some of your best experiences. For example, ...
... pretty long way from O'Hare all the way to downtown, so it did kind of start to lose its lustre, especially in the dark of the evening.
We walked around downtown Chi-town for a while and eventually settled on deep dish pizza at Pizano's which turned out to be a delicious and family friendly choice. We hopped the Blue Line back out to Rosemont just in time for the bedtime routine.
It was a pretty good start to a big adventure.