Chicago was my home a couple of times when I was a young man. When I worked for Florsheim Shoe, they promoted me to Audit Manager, so we had to move to Chicago from California. Chicago will always have part of my heart and soul. It's a great town with some of the best architecture, museums, theater, and memories. I still remember doing a tour of the Chicago theater, and remember seeing Frank Sinatra's signature in the back of the stage. My friends parents owned Honolulu Harry's Hawaiian nightclub and Nakanoya's by Lincoln Park. Still have a friend there, Reid, who was good enough to spend the day with me to attend the German Octoberfest festival, and showed me where Florsheim used to have their factory. Used to see a picture of the factory at the home office. Jaye Brodsky lives up north, but she got me a free pass into the Art Institute on my last visit to Chicago. On my last visit, Walter Hinteler was there visiting from Germany, so we shared a lot of time and meals together. I still remember the deep dish pizza on Rush Street we had to wait over an hour for. Yes, lots of good memories.