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Deja Who?

I feel like gregvaneekhout as he's interviewing coffee joints. I keep trying to find a place to work for 3 hours while E is in gymnastics camp. Of course it all ends on the 31st, so the search has limited long-term payoff. But it's so frustrating to try and find somewhere where the chair height is right for me and the table height as well. And then there's glare. I'm in a library today where at least the wifi is free, but the heights are wrong and there's glare from a window. And it's a cloudy day. Sigh. Who knew it was all so complicated? And who knew my two writing places at home were so perfect?

Frog Out



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Aug. 22nd, 2007 06:31 pm (UTC)
Actually, the wifi part is secondary. And food has turned out to be less important, or maybe the lack is a good thing. Chair and table height are turning out to be issues I can't seem to fix. I don't have wifi at home, just dialup and the laptop is never connected to a phone line there unless it's tax season. It's hard to write when you're trying to sit up straight for good posture but because you're long-waisted you can't even properly see your screen. And the high chair seat means my feet don't properly reach the ground. So far, it's been true all week, anywhere I go. Maybe it's just this town, 20 miles from home.
Aug. 22nd, 2007 07:47 pm (UTC)
I like writing in a cafe, as long as people aren't too noisy. Cell phones are the devil. I write by hand then, and get more done because I don't surf.
Aug. 22nd, 2007 09:15 pm (UTC)
Today I'm auditioning (gasp!) the place where I actually live.
Aug. 22nd, 2007 10:35 pm (UTC)
Coffee shops are so tough. Too noisy or too dirty or lousy coffee (that's the dealbreaker for me). It's the music that makes me most nuts.
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