When I got up from the booth, I left my purse and the marijuana bag sitting in the booth.
After I went to the Denver cannabis shop for supplies, I wanted to the coffee shop to grab a bite to eat. I ordered a Danish and I also got a large cup of coffee. I sat down at a table and one of my clients walked into the coffee shop. I quickly threw my purse over the bag of cannabis supplies that I had purchased earlier that day. I definitely did not want any of my clients to know that I was using recreational marijuana supplies. It comes down to my own personal business. If it is not illegal and it does not affect my job, then it is no one’s business except my own. We chatted for a few minutes and the guy sat down in the booth on the other side of me. We continued chatting for 20 or 30 minutes and then I made an excuse to get up and leave. I couldn’t sit there all day and give the client free access to me while other clients were paying $200 an hour. When I got up from the booth, I left my purse and the marijuana bag sitting in the booth. The client ran after me to return both of the bags. Said I forgot something back at the store. I’m certain that guy knows exactly what was in that bag and now I have to worry about an awkward conversation that may happen down the road. Recreational and medical marijuana are legal in Denver and the whole state of Colorado, so I hope the guy doesn’t turn it into a big deal.