Coffee and Covid…

Thoughts on getting things right…

I haven’t had a day in the city lately. I’ve been ok with that. I usually relish days spent in my quiet village, far from the noise, the traffic, the barren faces of commuting crowds. I love getting off the train at the end of the ride home and smelling the playfully-irreverent salt air of my seaside home. The one thing I miss about the city is the cafes. There’s one with gold…




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