(Author’s note: Hey, everyone! Getting back into the game. Hoping to start posting every week again, and maybe drop some other story ideas on here. This month is going to be further work on my first book, at least a rough draft. We’ll see how things work. I have a goal of getting it off to an editor by the end of April. We’ll see what happens. Anyhow… here’s today’s fictioneers!)
by Miles H. Rost
A laundry cafe.
Not exactly a typical thing to see, but in Korea, they’ll make a cafe or bar out of anything. It seems like Korea catches waves earlier, then moves on quickly. America doesn’t usually have things like this.
While sitting and waiting for my wash to dry, I sipped on a cup of yuzu tea, the sounds of jazz fusion music in my ears. The fact I was able to find this place during my month off from teaching was helpful, as I could work through the evening on my writing.
I could stay in this place forever.
Nothing like good music to make a chore fun. Well done.
Nice story and picture, Miles. If anyone would make a coffee shop out of a laundromat, it would be Korea. It would probably have karaoke in there too. 🙂
Beautiful I am almost there myself 🙂
I wish my local laundromat was like this one. I might suggest it to the owner!
Such an intersting slice of life and good luck for your book.
Sounds relaxing. We should make more wine/jazz bars in Laundromats. They may be more successful than one may think!
I can picture the spinning laundry keeping time with the beat 🙂
Sounds like a place you can immerse yourself in.
Koreans are very entrepreneurial. Well, in the south they are. 🙂