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Changing Lanes – or – Driving for a Non-Driver

I don’t take the expressway. I don’t mind going slow. I don’t care if it takes me twice as long to get to my destination. I appreciate courtesy. It’s so simple to just use your turn signal when you intend … Continue reading

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SPRING (is coming)

It’s that time of year again — that time when faith in Spring’s arrival is called into action. Here in the midwest, there is fresh snow on the ground, and the temps are still below freezing, but please believe… Spring is … Continue reading

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WINTER

<br> Resilient: adjective 1.(of a substance or object) able to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed. <br> You’ve got to be resilient to survive a winter in Chicago. Your mettle is tested physically and mentally: … Continue reading

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Chicago’s Twelve

“Chicago’s Twelve,” featuring artists producing environmental works, is now on exhibit at the Garfield Park Conservatory. The Conservatory is worth a visit just to walk through the gardens or experience the fern room! But with the addition of this “must … Continue reading

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