We took the South Shore Line from Millennium Park. The route of the train is not overwhelming. It goes from here to there and a little farther. The ride was slow but uneventful.
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Posted by Sue Who Knits at 3:38 PM
Long time, no blog.
Let's see if I can get this thing rolling again.
Nothing much has changed. That pretty much covers what has gone on since last we meet.
More recently, last night we went to the redtwist theatre. (Why can't they use the American spelling? They are on the north side of Chicago.)
Posted by Sue Who Knits at 6:16 PM
Last week-end was a memorable bunch of days.
Posted by Sue Who Knits at 10:25 PM
Today I learned that the crow, known to us as Crowley, was found by and rejoined his crow family.
I'm the "bird lady" in our building. Any and all injured, dazed or confused birds are brought to me for TLC.
Today I was given a young crow with an injured toe. The bleeding has stopped and he (?) is asleep on a towel on my bathroom sink. I am sure that he is able to fly. The window is WIDE open and he has no inclination to fly away, even when standing on my arm at the window sill. I think that rest is the best thing I can do for him now. What food will he want? Grapes and small bits of rye bread are being ignored. A little chopped meat was equally unwelcome.
This week has been quite theatrical. On Thursday I was the guest of my friend Joan to see the Goodman Theater's production of "Camino Real". One review called it "Tennessee Williams at his bleakest and most violent" It surely was. The staging was amazing, the lighting was spectacular, the acting was without fault, even the music was appropriate for the situations. None of that made you want to like the play. Here is a lifted photo of the memorable lighting and set design.