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Voting early in Wrigleyville

November 3, 201617 CommentsPosted in baseball, careers/jobs for people who are blind, guest blog, memoir writing, politics, Uncategorized, writing

This week I asked the writers in my memoir classes to write a letter to past or future generations about how they’re feeling now, a week before the 2016 presidential election. Sharon Kramer lives near Wrigleyville, and I thought this piece she wrote about voting early last Sunday while Cub fans were gathering for the […]

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Stepping up to the plate to save Chicago this weekend

October 26, 201629 CommentsPosted in baseball, blindness, Mike Knezovich, travel, Uncategorized

If you follow this blog, you know my husband Mike likes baseball. You also know he doesn’t like the Cubs. Mike Knezovich is a Chicago White Sox fan. He does not think the ivy is cute — crying is OK in baseball, just not shrubbery. He doesn’t think naming a dog Wrigley is clever. He thinks the Cubs manager […]

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