One advantage of the virus pandemic is that I have been trying out a lot of coffee shops in the next 20 miles from our house. Most are owned by individual families. They let me sit inside or outside. (Starbucks is allowing us to sit outside now but not inside yet). The coffee is usually a little costlier and they take more time than Starbucks to prepare it. But the output, for some reason, I am finding to be far more enjoyable.
This is my cappuccino from this morning. He took a lot of pains to create the art. I messed it up with one long sip 🙂
But this could still have been avoided!!! 🙂
In fact, I asked the young lady why is 2 inches the same as 10 cm? Or does linear dimension expand in translation?
Julia – her name – who grew up in the city of Atlanta and was thankful that her parents who also live there did not get hit directly by the riots – at least saw the sense of humor in it and both of us laughed.
Soon all the workers started looking at all the boards around with the same error. I think Fulton county is going to mark me Covid positive just to spite me 🙂 🙂
We simply asked the coronavirus to stay at home.
How silly are those folks from other states feeling now, huh?
(This is on Highway GA 400)
What is that sign doing in that van? What does that even mean? The van is not allowed to park? You are not allowed to park *in* the van?
The Taziki app asked for my car color when I ordered food for a curbside pickup. I put in as precise a car color as I could for this time of the year.
Turns out I need not have worried about they getting me mixed up with somebody else. I was the only car in the whole parking lot!!
No crowd. No cars. Just the cones that are supposed to keep them in line!!
Rock star parking for everybody!!
Those were some mean looking clouds we saw above us. We were alighting in Atlanta airport and had just broken thru the cloud cover before touching down.
Never seen this Starbucks in O’Hare this empty. Not a single customer. 11am in the morning!!!