From The Sky Point of View

27 Jan

By Veronica M. Benson

Photos of my son Caleb & I at the Willis Tower, Downtown Chicago. And the playground plus a Film Festival too!

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(Little Boys have to dream too!)

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(Pointing to the Trump tower)

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The Beautiful city of Chicago, who could ever know it’s filled with so much pain

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My boy & I reaching for the skies and beyond to where our blessings come! Past, present future ❤

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Peace Chicago

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Welcome to our show, since you’re watching

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My cool little dude (Mommy’s angel) Let me be yours ❤

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The view from the top floor is beautiful, but we’re going higher

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In matching colors, I had to wear my princess Ariel shirt

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I already feel like I’m heaven bound. I just love to have these kinds of moments with my little boy me. (When I prayed for him, that’s exactly how I asked)

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Mommy’s sweetheart. Hey Caleb!

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It is love!

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“Us together ain’t no way we gon fail, you know I got your back, just like a turtle shell”

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Dreams will come true in Chicago

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On the elevator going up to the top floor

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Jumping on the trampolines with Six Pax Studios

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Both of us together. Same time!

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Playing giant sized chess. She won!

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He won too

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When we’re together the sun & God are always smiling on us 🙂

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We went to a film festival too!
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Getting ready for the life ahead 😉 #RedCarpetReady We love the movies
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Some exhibits we saw while in the Willis Tower
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