Birthday Edition: Dinner on the 95th Floor; Graduation; Wedding Guest.

December 14th is long gone but I’m still reminiscing about all my events that occurred bringing my birthday in. Sharing the birthday month with great people in my life. The last weekend was clubbing at The Hard Rock Hotel, Sagittarius season with great friends.

Next: We dined at The Signature Room on the 95th floor (update dinner) on 875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611. The view was magnificent overlooking the lighted Windy City but the elevator ride was just like being on an airplane, your ears popped while going all the way up.

However, the line getting into the restaurant was so long but thanks to making reservations, you just pass by VIP style.

My meal was delicious and so was my date’s.

The lamb was just the right temperature cooked and the mashed potatoes must have been the best buttery potatoes I’ve ever had.

Being the birthday girl, I was surprised by a candle lit chocolate mousse cake decorated with raspberry and lemon sauce written my name with.


I was really surprised and everyone in the restaurant clapped I was sang to. The line to the bar was ridiculously long and the red sandal heels I wore was not meant for standing.
Again did I mention how magnificent that view was from the John Hancock building!!!!?
I recommend visitors and tourists to check The Signature Room american restaurant out, it’s pricey but the experience is worth it.

Afterwards we proceeded to the next nightlife to bring my birthday in. My birthday celebration was a 5-day event and I was very fortunate to have close friends and family in my life.







Also on Dec 14th: Birthday Edition
My beloved roommate and S.I.S.T.E.R. Ngozi graduated from the Northern Illinois University. As an alumni I had to make a presence





Last event of my birthday: Traditional Igbo Wedding #FrancisandUgochi. I was my boyfriend’s plus one and we shared a fabric to make outfits out of. The traditional wedding was fun and exciting. The food, dance performances and experiencing the Igbo culture was amazing.







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