On the way to Chicago, there's a stretch of land with tons of wind turbines. It's really amazing to see. At night, they all blink a red light simultaneously.
It starts getting dark at 4:30 in Chicago.
Navy Pier at night from Lake Shore Drive.
A trip to the Shedd Aquarium was in order the next day, so we took the train, but first stopped at a nice place called Yolk for a hearty breakfast.
Across the street was a bunch of sculptures of legs in Grant Park. A little research led me to find out that it's called "Agora" and was designed by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz.
We decided to get the expensive passes at the aquarium so that we could see everything. Most of it was worth it.
These fish were huge and didn't look real. I forget the name of them.
One of the main reasons we got the expensive passes was to see the beluga whales and dolphins perform. It actually wasn't very impressive because they're still training for their big holiday show. I still loved seeing belugas, though.
Right now there's a special jellyfish exhibit. The moon jellies are my favorite.
One of the things I really love the most about the Shedd Aquarium are all the little details in the architecture and design of the building.
We got up Saturday and I of course had my pre-show anxiety nausea. This is what happens when you're a worry wort.
But I had nothing to worry about! The show went wonderfully. Sold all of my shadow boxes, most within the first few hours.
Thanks for having me, DIY Trunk Show! I hope to be back next year!