We already had seats, but we got an upgrade when Scott Goldstein let us sit in seats he wasn't using.
We were in the 6th row.
Monday, Jeannie and I went to the movies. Surprisingly, the theater downtown is the easiest and closest theater for us to go to. I used to hate going to that theater because it was so inconvenient to get to. Now, all I have to do is jump on the 145 or the 146 and we're there in 15 minutes.
After the movie, we wanted to get something to eat. Since we were down on Illinois Avenue, Jeannie begged to eat at the Billygoat Tavern. I reluctantly agreed because I knew she wanted to try it. She'd never eaten there before.
I don't really like the Billygoat, but they're one of those places every Chicagoan should try at least once.
Jeannie looks really pleased in this photo.
Notice, there's been no bites taken of the burger.
Two bites later, she couldn't stop apologizing for making us eat there. I laughed and kept eating my burger. Jeannie ate one more bite and then threw the rest of it away. She apologized the entire bus ride home.
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