I Left My Phone in an Uber!

True story. I took an Uber to the train station and left my phone in her car. When I realized what I’d done, I ran out of the station but the driver had already left. It took me about five minutes to resign myself to the fact that I’d be buying a new phone as soon as I got to NYC, but when I got on the train and used the conductor’s phone to call the Uber’s number, she was at the train station with my phone figuring out how she could get it up to me! Can you believe it? This woman deserves an award. A major award. The following morning, I went to Amtrak lost and found and was reunited with my phone, which still had a 75% charge. Here are some other things to be thankful for this weekend.

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Thanks for reading and enjoy the weekend.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style

Photo via HSS Instagram.

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