A Walk Through Lincoln Park

January, February and March are my walking months in Chicago, even when there isn’t a global pandemic going on. They always seem to clear my mind and help me put things into perspective. These days, I head out in the morning with Lucy before her nap, while Emma’s in her remote learning class and Mitch is working. It’s pretty cold, so the noise of the city is softer… and that allows for some good thinking and chats with Lucy. (She’s not talking yet, but she does make sounds of approval, which is nice. She agrees with nearly everything I say! I’ve always loved that kid. 😂) I’ll admit that it takes quite a bit of work to get out the door—so much gear!–but it’s worth it.

I grabbed my camera yesterday on the way out, and it made the walk even more enjoyable! As I’ve mentioned, the weather is pretty gloomy in Chicago right now; so much of the snow has turned a lovely shade of brown, and the majority of the Christmas decor has either come down or is looking mighty tired. But my camera has always helps me find the beauty in less-than-perfect settings and chapters, and I so enjoyed combing through the photos last night. :)

Here are a few!

A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
A Walk Through Lincoln Park
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chicago in winter
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