Michael Bennett and his partner Beverly-Ann Woods started recording their thoughts, and adventures during the self-isolation period of Covid-19. What started as a way to stay connected, yet physically distant with friends turned into a regular fun and upbeat video series.
Beverly-Ann Woods, and I, started videotaping our thoughts during the initial self-isolation period. Gathering lots of feedback and encouragement from friends on facebook for their upbeat, and positive outlook, we kept it up. This is edition I, which lead to many more.
Life as a Realtor often leads to meeting clients in various public spaces to discuss business, or just to catch up on life. While Tim Hortons are plentiful in Guelph, they are often loud, busy and not as well equipped with outlets to allow MLS searches and document preparation. So, when a new place to meet opens, a morning coffee to see if it fits my needs is in order.
Unlike the other Starbucks locations in Guelph, the Edinburgh location is spacious with 4 high tops down the middle and other tables on one side. There are even 8 comfy chairs for gathering with friends tucked into the corner.
Overall, i’m impressed and happy that this location is open, with easy parking, space for clients and outlets for laptops. I’ll be back. Even if it is to just soak in the atmosphere while writing a blog post.
Speaking of Coffee, if you would like to have coffee with me, Michael Bennett, just send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m trying out a new application called Calendarly. So, I’ll just send you a link and you pick the time and place. I would love to connect and discuss your real estate needs.
One of the cool things about living downtown Guelph is some of the really neat and creative people who I get to call neighbours. Every once in a while following a big snowfall, this downtown resident busts out the creative skills and make some truly remarkable things. In this case, likely the largest snowman in Guelph, and I would say, one of the coolest.