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Good morning – I’ll be sitting this one out. I woke up feeling miserable with a headache and went back to sleep. Feeling a bit better at 7:30, I tried to make the bus depature, but my taxi could not make it in time. As I’m now feeling much better after rehydrating, I will chalk that fateful headache up to not drinking enough water during the day and capping it with an amazingly delicious, but sodium-filled, Reuben sandwich at Indianapolis’ famed Shapiro’s. Moral of the story: long Conclave days can be physically taxing; make sure to mind your health. But fear not, dear reader, for I will not be abandoning my duties. I will do entries for today’s five visits, and I may use this unexpected time to also cover a few of the must-sees Conclave planner Andy Pierce has identified, which many early-arriving attendees saw earlier this week. After all, seeing the host city is a key part of a well-rounded Conclave.

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  1. Joe Petrosino

    Hope you are feeling better. Thanks for all your reporting. Take it a little easier today.

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