Going to be a great winter here with @toptracer technology @mistwoodgolf dome. Yes the targets will be new. Hope to see you all this winter. #golf#chicago#illinois#golfswing#gamechanger @golfdigest @golfchannel hope you can come on out and visit us. My game needs work as well :)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AARON!!! 🎉
new blog post up - The Courage to be Aaron - link in bio. “In just 34 years you have easily changed the lives of each person who has had the privilege of crossing your path”. 💛💛💛#theheartability#hbd#happybirthday#birthdayboy
Treehouse Records | Chicago Flush Rating: 🚽🚽🚽 ••• I really wanted to like the bathroom at @treehouserecordschicago. The novelty of the Poo Log was unique and endearing, and the space as a whole is cusping at a 4-🚽 Rating. Sadly, it missed some easy lay ups that are just too hard for me to forgive. Sorry Treehouse. You always hate to see rookie mistakes like this. ••• • CLEANLINESS: this bathroom hosts two private stalls, but only one of them appears to have been deep cleaned in the past month. The thick layer of vintage bacteria in the toilet was pretty uninviting, as were the ashes on the sink. • FUNCTION: first off, the @essityusa paper towel dispenser was empty, which is profoundly disrespectful to both me and the reliable Tork brand. And then, if there were towels for me to use, the type of garbage can here makes it prohibitively difficult to throw them away without touching a grimey bin with my freshly-washed hands. It’s unfortunate, because the bathroom functions well for the bulk of the experience - modern appliances, quality TP, and stalls that feel genuinely private. But it chokes in the final quarter, and it’s just hard for me to look past that. • AMBIANCE: this category was the most conflicting for me, because for all the bathroom’s faults, I see so much potential. Between the intimate lighting, the Poo Log, and the strategically chosen single piece of artwork, it’s clear that Treehouse is hinting at a restroom with a real personality, but doesn’t quite achieve it. Firstly, the exposed pipes and blank white walls give the room more of a prison vibe than I think they were going for. The impossibly narrow, claustrophobic stalls certainly don’t help to assuage this impression. I’m sad to submit my 3-🚽 rating, because I sincerely enjoyed filling out the Poo Log. I can’t forgive all the flaws here, but I suspect I’ll remember this experience for a long time. As the old elephant saying goes: Never forgive. Never forget.
Flying isn't my fav. I'm an antsy person with chronic pain, so it's a no brainer why plane rides can be difficult. I find comfort in stopping whenever I want, seeing new things, and doing things at my own pace. Recently, I've been practicing new coping mechanisms for future travels (ie. stretches, breathing, herbal supplements) -- because let's be real, I need travel in my life & my car can't take me everywhere... yet 😉 Are you the same, or do you love being in the air? ✈