I can meet you at the drop off.” I didn’t know what to think and replied not to worry… I had it all planned out: I would get there fifteen minutes before our planned meeting time so that I could compose myself…I had my own van and my assistant world drop me off. He messaged back that his mother was in a wheelchair and she often used the shared ride service. find a good place to sit (not with my back to the door)… As I was rolling toward the Starbucks, I saw a guy standing in the rain with a large umbrella in his hand looking up and down the street.
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