I am having adventures quicker than I can write about them.
Two weeks after the fact, here are a few pix of my trip to give a talk in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on the October 1 feast day of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, and thence on to Lake Forest, Illinois, with side trips to downtown Chicago, Oak Park for a tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright home and studio, and Libertyville to the St. Maximilian Kolbe Shrine and a walk around the lake at the adjacent Mundelein Seminary.
I was insanely graciously, luxuriously, meticulously, hosted. I had Lou Malnati deep-dish pizza and a hot dog, swatched in acid-green relish, from Porfirio’s.
I walked along the banks of Lake Michigan.
I saw Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks” at the Art Institute.
And most importantly and notably–I made a new friend.