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Amazing pasture

on September 2, 2013

Chicago ROCKS.  I am so thankful to live here.  Last night, took in some of the Chicago Jazz Festival.  I’ve been to a number of music venues in a number of cities.  Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park is among the best of the best.  And because I live in a city that supports the arts, I got to see a couple of great acts on a great stage…for FREE.  Happy to pay whatever taxes support that, and hoping to get a membership to the Jazz Institute of Chicago in the not-too-distant future, to keep the programming rolling.

Then today, got to chill out with some Word in another crown jewel of Chicago’s park system–Osaka Garden at Jackson Park.  The pictures will speak the peace I experienced.

Have I mentioned I love living here?

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2 responses to “Amazing pasture

  1. Stacee says:

    Love these pics! We must find time to go see this park. It looks so peaceful.

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