The Open Road

Today was a good day.

I got a memory-foam bed topper yesterday, and though I awoke at 9:00 this morning, I didn’t get out of bed until 10:30 it was so comfortable.

I went to campus, dropped off my two photos for the study abroad photo contest, and ate.

Then I went to the Georgia World Congress Center and registered to work events there care of Food Team, Inc. I also received a 15%-off coupon for Safe-T-Sole shoes from Payless, required for the job.

I drove from there to the newly-opened City Life Restaurant & Lounge, located well within the hood, but that’s how I like it. The woman who opened it is getting her clientele from gentrifying East Point – I’m not down with gentrification, but I am down with aiding in their wealth redistribution to me. She liked me a lot so I’m pretty sure I’ve got that job down pat.

From there I went a ways up Buford Highway to get the shoes, returned home and ate some bread with pumpkin butter on it (the bombtrack), and had a nice long conversation with Gabiza, President of AIESEC International.

Then I won the election for Local Committee President of AIESEC at Georgia Tech for the 2008 term. We celebrated at Little Szechuan.

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Preston

Agent of Change, Former of Entropy, Seeker of a Stateless World.

8 thoughts on “The Open Road”

  1. Tell Gabiza she owes us a visit. Throw your clout around with your LCPness. Say that one outloud.

    Oh, and congrats.

  2. Sounds like a nice day… and I’m sure you did it all with a smile. :)

    We’ll talk more about what we were talking about last night soon. I promise. I want to hear more.

  3. Hey, congradulations also on getting elected LCP. Best of luck!

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