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April 22, 2005

Kid In a Candy Store (UPDATED) « Blogging »

I'm sitting in a Starbuck's in Hawaii, about a block from what will be my new home.

They don't have wifi access, but the juice store next door does, and I guess I'm stealing it in some way, since I'm on the internet without buying anything from them.

I gotta tell ya, from a girl-watcher's perspective, there are few things better than sitting in a comfortable chair that faces the main entrance, and watching a parade of slender, attractive women walk past.

Life is good.

UPDATE: I've actually talked to two of them!

Posted by Nathan at 12:10 PM | Comments (7)

Keep on teasing me like this and see what happens to you goony.

Posted by: FatHead at April 22, 2005 12:29 PM

This post is worthless without pics. I demand you start carrying your camera around.

Posted by: Cutter at April 22, 2005 12:52 PM

Oh sweet Lord.

Posted by: Jo at April 22, 2005 12:55 PM

That's a good point, Cutter. I will tomorrow.

The best day will be when I take my camera to the U of Hawaii campus...

Posted by: Nathan at April 22, 2005 01:13 PM

Interestingly, Jo, that's pretty much my reaction, too. Except I think I might be saying it with a little more feeling of thankfulness, as opposed to, say, exasperation! [grin]

Posted by: Nathan at April 22, 2005 01:15 PM

You forgot to mention that the two were both baristas behind the counter. ;)

Posted by: andy at April 22, 2005 06:21 PM

Actually, no.
One was at the table next to me, also on a computer (I was asking her which network to connect to), and the other sat at the same table as me, and asked me about stamps. We made small talk for a few minutes.

Then after the original posting, one of the servers and I did share a moment when she was having trouble opening the door (she was coming in from the patio with her hands full), and I started to stand up to help just as she got the door open. We laughed together and talked a little bit.

Yep, I'm just a devil with the ladies.

Posted by: Nathan at April 22, 2005 06:24 PM
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