It’s official. We are leaving Chicago. Chicago has been our home for the better part of ten years, and the reality that this city won’t be home anymore has not quite set in. This is especially true as September is the nicest month to be in Chicago, i.e. the time when it is most foolish to leave. What I have to keep thinking about is February…February in Chicago…not so nice…not at all nice.
In honor of this ending era, I am going to post a few Chicago photos over the next few weeks, starting with photos from the University of Chicago campus and the gargoyles that welcomed us to this city when we began school in 2004. Josh and I went for a walk on campus last week and were struck by the magnificence of the place. We lived here? We belonged here? This is gorgeous!
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