Humans of the Glorified Sidewalk is a collaborative feature between Atlanta Loop and Jessie Fream, who regularly walks the Beltline with her camera and shares what she sees. For more information about the name of this feature, click here.
“Yup, I’m in timeout.”
“How’d it come out?”
“He gets a lot of attention. He walks slowly (without a leash). It’s more of us following him around, rather than taking him on a walk.
We moved here a year ago from Portland, Oregon, where he was an indoor and outdoor cat. We tried putting him on a leash, be he just flattens out. You’d think he’d like it but, no.”
What’s going on out here?
“It’s my birthday, I just turned 15!”
Happy birthday!! Have y’all driven yet?
“I drove for the first time today!”
“I drove to school!”
“No you did not!!”
“I barely drove on the road without crying…I’m like, please-I don’t feel like dying today!”
“So, wait–do you live around here?”
Yeah, just about 15 minutes away…
“That’s so cool!! Are you on Instagram?!”
Not yet…should I be?
🍰 Happy 15th 🚗
Hey can I interview your daughter?
“Actually, he’s my son. This is Rani.”
Geez, I’m so sorry. I feel like crap…
“Don’t feel bad! We’ve been living here for seven years from Israel. We keep it long until he’s three years old…this is the tradition.”
“We have three boys – from our first boy we’ve gotten this confusion.”