Yesterday I darted to the train with a plan to make it to Wrigley Field by 4 p.m., about an hour and 10 minutes before Game 3 of the NLDS. My anxiety was as high as Sears Tower. For Graham and me, the Cubs' success means a lot. We moved here for this, so being able to witness this season has been gratifying.
It was pure madness in Wrigleyville when I arrived at the Addison stop.
I don't know what the outcome of tonight's game or the series will be, but I know that even if their run ends this week, I will be beyond grateful for the memories I've had this season. Last night's game is the most memorable, rowdy and fun of my life. I planned to take photos but was too enthralled by the game and the atmosphere. I hope tonight will be more of the same.
Marette Flora is an editor, writer, fitness fanatic and adoption mom living in Chicago. She has experience in newspaper and research editing as well as freelance writing. Subscribe to the Floradise newsletter for exclusive content and to catch up with her adventures.
I'm an editor, writer, runner, foodie and yogi living in Chicago who loves to write about fitness, food, mom life, favorite products and travel. You'll find me exploring new places and taking too many photographs with husband Graham, our daughter Victoria, and our dog, Capone. Follow along!
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