Here’s a question:
Should I work towards becoming a competition barista, with a possible debut at the Western Regionals?

Also, I did not get the position at the oil and gas firm I had an interview with in Calgary, so anyone with a café in Calgary that is looking for someone, I may be available for full time work starting May 1. Actually, if you are anywhere in Canada, let me know… I may be pondering a complete change of pace from my current goings on.


2 Responses to “Pondering”

  1. 1 Jonathan Howse April 13, 2006 at 10:57 am

    Go for the barista comp!

    What’s all this about a change of pace and anywhere in Canada? Is this just for summer employment?

    Also, you should post more pics of your Cafe and stuff. I would like that.

  2. 2 Lukashttp://einfachkaffee.de/ April 15, 2006 at 2:09 am

    If you think about competing, you already know that you’re the right person to do it. So, if you have the possibilities to train, do it! It will make so much fun 🙂

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