Centennial Houses of Lincoln Park - The Aster House Apts
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... clustered in pods in every city, dominate the skylines. And more apparent to me on this trip than the visit 13 years ago were the countless construction projects for more apartment communities in every city we visited. Old buildings and hu tongs (remember from Beijing?) are being torn down to make way for the new construction. But the buildings don't seem (to me) necessarily nicer or more modern. Laundry is still hung out on virtually every ...
... as both Ryan and Jen had to work so we explored St. Charles on our own then met Jen at her work. After that we went to dinner at Giordano's, a great pizza place and watched some more Ice Hockey between the New York Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning. This was their 7th game and Tampa won to make it to the finals. Followng that we went to a bar to meet Keeley and her husband Josh for a couple of hours.
On Saturday we ...
favorite thing in all the world to do is sing. He is a great singer too! My heart crumbled when I
called him a week after he left, which also happened to be right before
another surgery on his legs, and he asked me whether I had found
parents for him yet or not. I know Laurence would bring nothing but a
joy to any family who would take him in."
HOW BLESSED WE ARE THAT WE GET TO BE THAT FAMILY!
... around for the attractions, and realising that we'd past them all already, it was 2:00 pm so we went back to Bubba Gump for lunch. I ordered the New Orleans 'something' (?) with grilled shrimp and rice, but had to send it back which I don't think I have ever done and don't feel comfortable doing so, but the rice was overlooked and hard as a rock. It was totally inedible. The others didn't love their meals either, which was a sap game because Ryan and I loved it the ...
... car more than a couple of times and only for a few minutes at a time over the last month, and never near a major metropolitan expressway. It was overwhelming.
Actually, many things were overwhelming. Living with so little for so long, throwing out/giving so many things away - being down to the bare minimum, and alone the majority of every day, I was a bit in shock with my surroundings. So many distractions, so ...