Planes, Trains, Automobiles and a Graduation

Hello Readers,

I am back from my travels to far away and exotic lands known as Chicago, Il and Kenosha, WI. Let me tell you it was an adventure indeed considering I got up at 1:30 am on Saturday morning to catch a 6 am flight 2 states over in Boston, MA. I was reminded of why it’s been a while since I hopped on a plane…good Lord! Why do we even bother getting dressed when we head to the airport? It might actually make things much easier if we arrived at the airport buck naked and sent our luggage ahead via Fed Ex. Yep, I got jokes.  Thankfully I cleared security and was allowed on the plane, to be met at Midway airport by my Pops and my brother both of whom I had not actually laid eyes on since about 2006. Before catching the train to Kenosha, I was able to catch a fabulous diner breakfast at the White Palace Diner over on Roosevelt Rd as well as tour the brand spanky new Millenium Park. It is a beauty.

Anyway I won’t give you the blow by blow but a good time was had by all and here a a few pics from my travels.

I rarely will post a picture of myself online so I will probably remove it in a few days so enjoy for now. Its a busy week at work but I will be back soon sharing some thoughts on big cities. Until we meet again, ciao.

9 thoughts on “Planes, Trains, Automobiles and a Graduation”

  1. It’s been a minute since I dropped by your neck of the woods. But let me say, your son is gorgeous, and you are so pretty! Thanks for sharing these pictures. 🙂

  2. You should post pictures of yourself – My God, you’ve got the most beautiful skin ever! Congrats on the graduation… I always cry. I don’t know why – too many proud mama hormones in me, I guess.

  3. I was thinking the same thing – your son is super duper cute and your skin is flawless! Love that shade of red lipstick too….it’s hard to find a shade that matches your complexion.

  4. The last time I travelled, I DID send my luggage by UPS. I’ve to say, it was so much easier. I think you might be on to something.

    By the way, your son is so handsome. Do you have a stick close by to beat off all the women?

  5. *chuckling at your jokes*

    I’m glad a good time was had by all, and your young man is fine. Good looking like you but nervy enough to be way taller so he can act like he’s the boss! Just joking, I say that all the time to my kids who love to call me short. And I’m not short.

    If your son sticks with acting, his face will one day be on a poster hanging in some girl’s room, that’s fo’ sure. I wish him much, much success. You did good. Congratulations.

  6. i’ve been reading your blog for awhile now, and I love it. don’t think i’ve ever commented before, but girlllllllllllllll YOUR SON IS HANDSOME (and you have beautiful skin!)

    *back to lurking*

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