About three weeks after the earthquake in Haiti, I had a business trip in New Orleans. After a pretty non-eventful flight, my colleague, Rosemary, and I hailed a cab to take us to our client’s headquarters.
The driver had a kind disposition that I immediately took a liking to. When we got in the car, I noticed a flowered chair cushion on the front seat and a rosary strung on the rearview mirror, its turquoise beads providing hope and cheer in the worn vehicle.
I enjoy taking cabs because of the opportunity to interact with the drivers. They often have fascinating stories to tellLeave a Comment