Monthly Archives: May 2016

My first shooting lesson

by cheri I burned all of the muscle energy allotted to a 105-pounder after my first lesson with Paul at the indoor gun range today. Holding the small 20-gauge shotgun out in front of me, rotating it to the side, … Continue reading

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Security chicks

by cheri     We’ve all made our nests in the wrong trees. Before we could even tuck that last piece of dental floss or sphagnum moss into our chosen abode, our decision to locate in a particular apartment or … Continue reading

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The textures of Chicago

Life is texture. We might see it if we look. Soft, nubby, smooth, coarse, mottled, velvety, wet. Texture abounds all around. Sometimes, you find yourself in a place that feels cold. When under ice, you might commune with those people … Continue reading

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