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... three months, I want to enjoy every single second and not let one go to waste. My Aunt Keb kept asking if there would be a TV in my apartment and that thought never crossed my own mind! Who needs a TV when I have so many countries close by??? I will miss Modern Family though. Isn't it crazy how things just pop up like I've been waiting a whole year for this day and now it's here and I'm sitting here like it's nothing. Just typing ...
... is rolling I'll be able to retire at
the ripe old age of 92 with my current retirement fund that has now
earned just enough to let me survive for about a month on ramen noodles.
So as a single female in the healthcare industry-what the **** does all
this mean? And how do I do it safely? How do I plan something this big
and still come back home intact? And if I've been given this chance how
do I make the most ...
... try and find the yellow water taxi departure point, as they're a bit cheaper than the ones that are closer to the station. Nope it was hiding, so we went on the original one.
This time we went to Navy Pier. I'm so glad we had our parkas, as the wind was very chill. On yet another boat this time round part of Lake Michigan, where we had a different view of the city from there.
The lake is used ...
... a drive around the city, and then we went back to their apartment. They live in a beautiful high rise building that borders the Chicago River canal and Lake Michigan. The apartment is awesome, and it is surrounded by incredible sites, attractions, and restaurants/bars.
Jeff and Malia took us on a walking tour of the city, we had lunch at a little beach restaurant on the shore of Lake Michigan, went to the top of ...
... life-long friendships with lovely people named Ferries, Fodor, Ford, Fox, and Good. Anyway, I hadn’t seen Elizabeth and family since 2005, and we had a fantastic time catching up on life and laughing about the good old days and her iPhone’s auto-correct mistakes. "Check for the cinnamon in the lazy Susan" became “check for the cinema in the lazy Asian.” Her toddler had since grown up into a pre-teen, her infant was a 9-year old, and a third child ...