Monthly Archives: March 2009

Heaven According to Chesney, Camp, Paisley, and God

Yesterday – stuck in the Ville/River traffic – I just had the radio on flipping through my pre-set buttons. Got to the Kenny Chesney song “Everybody wants to go to heaven” – flipped it to the Jeremy Camp song “There … Continue reading

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Saturday Night in Chicago – Salmon and Veggies

Well – even though we were heckled because we didn’t go out in Chicago for dinner with the many great restaurants literally on every corner…we enjoyed a great meal in. Whole Foods provided us some of it – if not … Continue reading

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Taste of Wheaton: Mai Tai’s Cafe

I love Wheaton – I love its quaintness in downtown, and any restaurant or shopping you could want in a suburb of Chicago.Janel and I were hungry by the time we ate lunch at Mai Tai’s. Reasonably priced for lunch … Continue reading

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Taste of Lincoln Park: John’s Place

Sunday morning – in 5 inches of snow – Janel and I walked around the corner to John’s Place. It seemed like a great neighborhood place where you go each wknd and see the same people order the same food. … Continue reading

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Chicago and Spring Snow

I left work early on Friday to head to Chicago to hang out with a friend of mine, Janel. She just moved to the city this month and its closer than going to CH to visit her.Traffic was a mess. … Continue reading

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Menu Week – March 30 (updated twice)

Just got back from a wknd in Chicago – housesitting this week – so everything will be quick and easy. I was going to make a roasted turkey breast for my new recipe this week, but Walmart didn’t have one … Continue reading

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Made my 1 mile goal!

I made it!Yesterday, I told myself I was going to run a mile – without stopping. I have never done that in my whole life – ever!So, I started in Cherokee with a warm up of .2 miles, then walked … Continue reading

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