Tag Archives: early mornings

The City Never Sleeps

I had to be all the way downtown at 4:30 a.m. the other day and was shocked at what I found. Rather than the emptiness I expected, the financial district was packed with people. There was even a bride and … Continue reading

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Morning Thoughts

I’ve been taking off from running the past few days due to the sudden drop of temperature. My lungs tend to hurt when it’s too cold. I’ve been getting up just as early though, to walk instead. Of course one’s … Continue reading

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Not Accepting the Unacceptable

Most mornings I go to a little place called The Corner Cafe for coffee before I run. They open at 6:30 and quite often I’m the first customer of the day. It’s normally pretty uneventful. The three girls who work … Continue reading

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The Man With No Teeth

Every morning I go to this little place and have a coffee before I run. I finally broke myself of my expensive latte habit (only have 1 on Sundays) and The Corner Cafe makes a great cup especially if you’re … Continue reading

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