After a hard day of work, hitting the gym and generally feeling like shit, the thought of taking a long car ride to my favorite coffee shop is a thing of the past. Luckily, I have a list of things I can do to prevent myself from getting that “oh shit” feeling that comes over me with every car trip that I make.
A long car ride to the coffee shop of your choice is one of those things that sounds good on paper, but it’s hard to actually follow through.
Yes, this one is easy: get a good book and read it while you ride.
I am well aware that it is impossible to not get a good book (or any book) while you’re driving to your favorite coffee shop, but I will tell you that my list of 10 essential things to have on hand before you set out is short and sweet.
I have that list, but I don’t usually carry it with me every time I go out. I’m always checking my phone to make sure I’ve got it, and so I probably have at least one book on hand. This time I’ve got a stack of books that I’ve been meaning to read for a while, but they’re kind of hard to find.
And a lot of the time when I go to my favorite coffee shop, I have a stack of books right there that I can pick up and check out, too.
There are a few books in particular that I have a hard time finding, but I did see one book I could get at the library and that was a really nice one. I also found this book at a really nice library in Austin, and I think that I could get this book there. I bought this book a couple years ago for $2.00, so it probably has value. I’ll probably also look for this book online.
I know I have mentioned this book before, but it’s hard to find in physical stores and I wanted to mention it here because I got it through a library. It’s a short one-page story that you can check out online. I like how it uses the “stolen” trope, but it’s not so much a “stolen” story (that’s one of the few things I don’t think is true about the story).
I’d rather just reread it, but I’ve already read it. It’s a short story about the same sort of thing. It’s a story that doesn’t have tons of spoilers, but it does have the stolen trope and it’s about a guy that has a vision that he needs to steal something.
I love how it uses the trope of the hidden in the dark. Although I did think it was pretty lame. I think its more of the classic trope of a story that ends with a “I think I see…” type of resolution.