Of Blogging and Headstones

And dog tricks, and kitty hiding spots and the strange mix of awkwardness and comfort that occurs when meeting someone in person who you’ve only previously known online, and directions to restaurants located somewhere in the North Chicago area. These are all things that were discussed when I stopped over at the marvelous Jeremy and Tina’s house when I was in Chicago last weekend. They invited me into their home, let me rough-house with their gorgeous pitbull, Talulah, and gave me coffee and a tour of the nearby Graceland Cemetery, which houses the earthly remains of many people who played huge roles in Chicago’s history. And then we went to brunch, and it was good. I even had a chance to see a lot of the city on the way there. *snicker*

I’ve said it several times, in a few different places, but Jeremy – if you read this one – thanks again for a wonderful afternoon!

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3 Responses to “Of Blogging and Headstones”

  1. Jeremy Says:

    Great pics, Brianne. I like ’em a lot.

    We were glad to have you. You’re welcome anytime … after Memorial Day and before the day after.

  2. Erin Says:

    So cool… can you believe we lived there for so many years and never visited?

  3. Alannah Murphy Says:

    Cemeteries are cool. I should know. No, that doesn’t mean I ‘live’ in one, but I’ve got a very cool atmostpheric one near me 🙂

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