When friends come in from out of town, I put on my tour guide britches and show them around. A cream horn was a good starting point.
And much later, to finish the day, a delicious (loud, boisterous) dinner at Cafe La Fleur.
Jim sang Conway Twitty (Don’t Take it Away) which sorta interrupted a couple on a date night away from their kids, while Ben pounded the table doing his best Al Pacino from Scent of a Woman. Later, there was a guitar and Janis Joplin. And today was a very good day. The future of our little company is looking bright thanks to God always putting the people we need right in the middle of our journey. Thank you for the recommendation that led us to them, Micah!