Recently. I found this cat in my neighbourhood and it seemed she was quite furious and scared due to the weather outside or maybe she was searching for food. Quite often I see many stray animals under the car maybe it is because they find it a safe and warm place.
This image was captured during the International Coffee Week celebrating in Starbucks, Nehru Place. As I have mentioned in many previous blogs that this Starbucks outlet is my working place also (i.e., I work from there). On the 25th of September when I went to the counter to order the coffee – I saw this banner with coffee packets.
It’s Monday morning again. Mondays are Customarily put together with ‘blues’. Mondays bring back the usual routine, the 9-5 jobs, the night shifts, and an extravagant quantity of cups of coffee.
I live on my own, I work on my own and the one thing that has been constant in my life is Starbucks Coffees.
Celebrating my birthday doesn’t exhilarate me anymore, for I find peace in my solitude. I’ve been living alone, working alone, been on my own for quite a while.
However, over the past few days, I’ve found myself debating my construct over not cherishing ‘the’ day.
It was a couple of days ago, I found myself stuck in the daily loop of waking up, getting out of my bed, and going off to work; and by work, I mean the ‘office’ where I find solace in my job – Starbucks.
Every picture tells a story. The story is full of memories and experiences. Experience shared yet lives alone. Memories captured out of priceless moments are gone forever.
This picture right here was captured by me when I was on a staycation (Hotel Suruchi, Gwalior). The monsoon morning felt unreal. Mornings bring sunshine, warmth, and hope.
Seldom does it happen that I get the chance to take out my phone not to dive in on my social feeds, but to capture such an enticing treat of a location?
Never did it occur to me that a journey that is annoyingly tiresome for the body could be so exhilarating for the soul that still wants to travel the whole world with nothing but a bag full of expectations to savor all that this planet has to offer.
When such quotes tickle your wanderlust bones and force your inner ved (Tamasha reference) to shut down your 14 inches screen and take the trip you have been procrastinating for so long.
And that’s how I randomly packed my bag and left for Haridwar.
Haridwar- “THE GATEWAY TO GODS”.
And while I was on my way, 25-30 Kms before my destination I stopped my car to click some pictures.
Over the past few years, I’m visiting Starbucks at Nehru Palace, and yes, I’m one of those who prefer to work in open-end places which are open to view and atmospheres. So after working hard the whole day and having a considerable number of coffee cups, I finally planned to click a picture of this beautiful evening where I can feel this lovely silence and birds chirping.
It’s the time of the beautiful spring season. It’s really fun working in this season at your favorite place and enjoying your coffee.
It’s waiting time
I went to Starbucks early morning. I decide to work hard on this day, but when I reached there, ordered a coffee and then went to my seat but outside cleaning was going on, so I decided to put my coffee on the nearest rock.