Hello to you today, dear readers. I hope you slept as well last night as I did on my brand new mattress. Today I’d like to share with you the story of what happened to me yesterday. Yesterday, after installing my brand new mattress, I was feeling hungry around 4:55 P. M., like I am prone to do, so to keep my blood sugar up I went to Wendy’s Restaurant for dinner. There used to be a ritzy restaurant on that site years ago. I think it was called Hedwig’s, or one of those names like that. I had never eaten at this particular Wendy’s Restaurant before, so I thought maybe they might have made it a little nicer because there used to be a fancy restaurant there, but they didn’t. It looked just like all the other Wendy’s Restaurants I’ve ever been to.
I ordered a hamburger and some chili and sat out front by the window so I could watch my Town And Country in the parking lot. The hamburger was nice and lean. They used to make the chili out of the scraps of hamburger meat that got left on the grill so that nothing went to waste. I don’t know if that’s what they still do, but that’s how they used to do it. And you’ve got to have saltines. That’s what makes it good. Why would you eat chili without saltines in it?
Everything was going fine until some young people came in and sat at a table near mine. They had the whole restaurant to sit in, but they chose to sit there. I could hear them talking about me almost as soon as they sat down. And then they started blowing the paper off the ends of their straws right in my general direction. I stood up and gave them a disapproving look, and then one of them said something to me. I couldn’t hear part of it, but I’m sure he was back-talking me. I’m not saying that all young people have this type of attitude problem, but this is proof that some of them do. Shape up, young people, before it’s too late!
Until next time!