greetings from chicago
Cecilia and I rolled into Kim's place about 11 last night. Cecilia fought hard to stay awake the whole trip--at one point, when I suggested she settle back into her car seat, she said "I'm not giving up, Daddy." She had just nodded off when we arrived,and woke up long enough to say hello before being bundled off to bed. I stayed up til about midnight chatting with Kim, her roommate Jennifer and their friend Brian, but we were all bushed and so packed it in not long after.
Cecilia woke me up at her usual time, about 7:30, and I stumbled around Kim's kitchen finding the necessary means to make coffee and get Cecilia some cereal and juice. We're waiting on Kim's young son Lydon and we'll have lunch, then hopefully I can get Cecilia to nap so she can make up for the sleep she lost last night. I don't know what we'll do tonight, but it'll be cool just to hang out and chat and maybe take in a DVD. I'm not really checking the news yet, but I may jump on a bit later. (Kim has a wireless network and at least one laptop--most L33t!)