"You and I have memories, longer than the road that stretches far ahead."
you know me at all, then you know I'm a true audiophile and cannot help but be
influenced by ambient music whenever I hear it. As we were seated at Clark's,
"Two of Us" played overhead as Errol M. and I dined on some of the
best oysters I have had in my life, talking about whatever things Yelpy friends
talk about, and generally enjoying this thing called life.
of us wearing raincoats…lifting latches…on our way back home."
Errol and I were both wearing traditional camel colored trench coats, a la
Breakfast at Tiffany's and I learned another Errolism: "Your either a
person who owns a raincoat or not." His was probably Burberry and mine is
was a dreary day in Austin, but the brightly colored interior of Clark's melted
some of that away, as did the strong, good coffee—coffee and oysters, who knew?
we utilized the under counter purse-hooks for more than just purses that day.
and me Sunday driving, not arriving."
spent a while here, soaking up the ambience and thoroughly enjoyed watching the
staff meticulously preparing the oysters and fishes for the day. Though next
time, I think we'll sit at the center bar that seemed to have better stools.
The stools where we were sitting didn't have the braces at the bottom so the
whole time I was balancing on my sits bones, which is not the most comfortable
way to sit.
and me chasing paper, getting nowehere."
I have noticed an unnerving uptick in the amount of uncomfortable seating in
Austin area restaurants. Please whoever is choosing the furniture, sit there
yourself for two hours, maybe you'll second guess stools without braces at the
bottom or flat wooden benches with no cushions…
now I am sitting here listening to the rest of The Beatles catalog and
reminiscing when I should be working and concentrating. Oh, can't we just sit
around and listen to records all day and hang out?