Consider this blurry photograph of a description of cheese, alongside the cheese in question.
One phrase in particular might catch your eye, as it did mine this past Sunday: “Washed in our caves” 357 more words
Burnet Woods- Clifton
Overview: My introduction to Burnet Woods was through leading field trips as an educator with a local nonprofit. During the field trips, we stopped for lunch and a program at the Burnet Woods’ Trailside Nature Center, which is positively one of the hidden gems of our city. 350 more words
It’s been a while since I posted here! I was hoping to be able to make some impromptu posts on my trip — maybe a photo with a few lines of what’s going on — but since my only electronic device with that capability was my phone, and every day I strove to conserve my phone’s battery for the key priority of Google Mapping public transit around each foreign city I was visiting — yeah, didn’t happen. 321 more words
I’ve set this to autopost — well, really, all of these posts are set to autopost, that’s how I roll — but the point is, with this one, as you read it I am supervising the move of all my worldly goods from Wrigleyville on the north side of Chicago to the Prairie District on the south side. 636 more words
I'm so excited for Sam. And there's a lot of truth here, that moving is about so much more than choosing a place to live and arranging for the relocation of all your physical belongings. I've only lived in one apartment since I moved out of my parents' house, and whenever I've considered going somewhere else, it ends up involving so many more questions about who I am and want to be -- especially what kind of neighborhood and apartment building with which I want to identify. Someday, for instance, I will live in a place with a dishwasher, and that will be such an evolution.