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Observational Writing Starbucks It was three oclock in the afternoon and they leisurely walked in carelessly discussing their childrens recent pre-school accomplishments Both were in their mid-thirties and each with a toddler circling around them and an infant in her hands One was wearing a silky navy-blue mock turtleneck tucked into light denim jeans and the other ironed khaki pants and black v-neck shirt They were both blonde with simple yet elegant hairstyles and natural-toned makeup As the two older children nagged and pulled at their pants they continued their mindless chatter every so often looking down to say Just a minute sweetie and then returning to their exchange of fake smiles As they walked up to the counter each lifted her eyes to the menu after which the woman in the v-neck proceeded to kneel to her childs level and ask Do you want apple juice or chocolate milk In response to a blank stare from the 2-year-old boy she repeated slower annunciating each word Milk sweetheart or juice Which one would you like The little boy hesitated shrugged his shoulders took a deep breath and said I dont knowummmmmIwant ummmm milk At this point the impatient and annoyed woman behind the counter was anything but amused She stood fixing her hunter green stained Starbucks apron and finally blurted out Milk Yeah sorry you know hes just going through this phase hell be three in December and you know he just cant ever make up his mind She flashed her fake smile eager to tell the entire life sort of her little boy proud of his indecisiveness Is that all demanded the cashier glancing at her watch and resting her fingers on the registers enter key keen on ridding herself of the woman in the black v-neck The mother oblivious to the cashiers irritation was playing with the baby swaying her gently back and forth smiling at her and tickling her nose No
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