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Time Travel

Day 259 (September 17, 2014) – Chicago, IL

Three days, three different time zones. What the hell am I doing?! I’m glad I’m on my way home for a good 10 day stretch. 128 more words

365 Project

Local artist Hugo Garcia brings more to Chicago than just a little graffiti

Our city is famous for more than having an affinity for hurricane-like winds and arctic snow seasons; yes, Chicago has more to offer than hopes of a milder winter. 371 more words


Ten Things I Did Not Know I Would Love About Chicago

  1. The sailboats ambling by the end of our road

  2. The distant rumble of trains reminding me of the hurtling city a few miles down of the line…

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Starter For Ten

(the waiting is the hardest part)

Cue the Tom Petty and the smallest violin in the world…

After leaving a meeting with our contractor a few weeks ago we were under the impression we would be breaking ground any day now.  177 more words


Thursday, September 18, 2014 - Homeward Bound - trainspottingChicago

Good afternoon.
I’m on the 3:58PM out of the City.

I think John Cleese and Merv Griffin just sat next to me in the jump seat on this crowded train home. 137 more words


Moonlight in Chicago

John Hancock Tower in Chicago

As an architect I have privileges.  My work takes me to some of the most beautiful cities in the world.  But what I find most unique about being an architect isn’t necessarily in the act of traveling, but the friends and colleagues I find in the places where I land. 611 more words

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