Years ago, after a holiday gathering, my wife's grandmother left Rockford to return to her home in Elgin. A call came a short while later letting the family know that she'd had a "little problem" with directions.
I'm not really quick to agree with Governor Pritzker on much of anything, but it would seem that he was correct on Wednesday when he declared that "the days of vaccine scarcity are over" here in Illinois.
Having lived in this area for all but 6 months of my life, I don't have any experiences, good or bad, with moving companies. However, since we do live in a state that's leading the nation in people leaving, I'll bet that someone reading this has a story to tell.
If you're prepping for opening up that swimming pool for the Rockford summer season, you'll want to read this because a national chlorine shortage is widespread and it will likely get worse, which will drive chlorine prices even higher.