Dinner hour of Great Expectations.

The dinner hour is often a time of Great Expectations. The “patrons” are lining up for the opening moment. The “customers” are hunger.

Meal time customers

The question is…Will they be satisfied with the menu at the local “diner?”

As mother said, “Clean your plate.”

The answer is… Yes!

5 thoughts on “Dinner hour of Great Expectations.

  1. Ollie wants me to tell you that he likes his daily portion of fresh chicken and hypoallergenic pellets, and recommends it unreservedly. He also thanks you for following his blog.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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