Excitement coursed through our veins as music poured out of the car’s speakers. The right turn signal blinked slowly as we made the sharp turn into Calvary Cemetery. The late afternoon light peeked through the orange and yellow leaves of the old trees. I pulled Phantom, my baby, over and grabbed my purse before locking the doors behind Emily and I.
We had decided to ring in the start of fall with a walk around the oldest existing burial grounds established by the Archdiocese of Chicago. We had heard that the cemetery was haunted by a spectre of a man, covered in seaweed. This freaky phantom, nicknamed “Seaweed Charlie” has been seen crawling from the lake, crossing Lakeshore Drive, and heading towards the graveyard.
Sunday morning, let’s be honest, Sunday afternoon my friend Kara and I decided to get brunch. It was the day after my birthday party and we usually get brunch and discuss the previous night’s events.
We had planned to go this one brunch place, but it closed at 3PM and the line was out the door. We ended up at this small bar, which serves brunch, called Patsy’s Place: Pub and Grill.
When I got my nose pierced, I only paid $20.00 (for the piercing and all) to a man in a shoebox tattoo shop. It didn’t hurt what so ever and I loved the small stud.
My best friend, Emmy, also loved my nose piercing and last October she researched (my guy sounded sketch—her words!) and found Identity Body Piercing on Facebook. We just walked in and were helped straight away.
Here are 5 reasons why Identity Body Piercing is the best in Chicago.