Chicago Disorientation

This is a snippet of my conversation with Chicago on April 18, 2018. A day which still leaves me baffled.

Me: Why is there snow, wind and falling ice on April 17, 2018?

Chicago: Today is April 18. Yesterday was April 17, also known as tax day.

Me: I thought tax day was April 15.

Chicago: Not this year.

Me: I thought falling ice was a winter event?

Chicago: It’s a three season event here. Welcome to Spring.

Me: I thought Spring involved warm temperatures?

Chicago: Not this year.

Me: At least the John Hancock Building is kind enough to post signs warning me of this danger.

Chicago: This is not the John Hancock Building.

Me: It sure looks like the John Hancock Building.

Chicago: This is the 875 North Michigan Avenue Building.

Me: Is it as tall as the Sears Tower?

Chicago:  …um….

Me: Let’s take a break and try again in June.

Chicago: Yes, let’s.

About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer specializing in creating environmental on-location portraits and corporate photo libraries for blue chip companies. 

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