The day started off like most days recently have started. Late. Work carried on like most Fridays. Lite. I took rather a lot of photos during lunch, most of them worthless. *grin* I got home late in the afternoon and found Jon catching my cold. Oh well, my mom did teach me to share and I’m not the ungenerous type.
We decided on seeing a movie, which wasn’t all that good, but it did serve to idle the time. Jon and I both find that being sick makes one wish to do very little. After the movie we headed to find something to eat. I was mildly caffienated and feeling pretty good, albiet tired. The excitement of my new camera and the thought of all the possibilities served to make my amiable. It was shaping up to be a very fun evening.
I had a craving for a burger. Its funny how your tastes swing back and forth, but lately I’ve had Barbeque on the mind. I can’t get enough of it. Barbeque and Burgers, the grand American food and oh so good. So we stopped at Applebee’s, as few other restauraunts of the cheaper variety have good burgers. Our waitress was named Jennifer, and boy if I wasn’t feeling in the mood to be flirtatious. *GRIN* You don’t have to worry mom, I behaved myself. She was a nice waitress though, and I caught myself smiling at her when she came to check on us. I don’t know if she caught anything, but the night was young and I didn’t have it out of my system yet.
As it got near to time to leave, I didn’t have the courage to ask her if I could take her picture. Yeah. I’m lame like that. So I decided on a more mysterious and slightly more fun route. Capitalizing on the pen Jennifer left us to sign our check with, I composed a poem in thanks. I signed it only with our first names and left it with the tip. I hope it served to brighten her day, and God willing, I shall never see her again. *ahem* I only regret that I wasn’t able to see her face when she read it, as she had a pretty smile. You’re probably curious, so I’ll post it here for you.
The waitress fair
With short blonde hair
Made sweet the end of day
An evening be
And fancy free
She left no thought of gray
So thanks from Jason & Jon.
I know its a bit hokey, but it was on short notice and I didn’t have a lot of time or paper. Now I’m home and contemplating many things. hopefully soon you will begin to see the fruition of my thoughts. So till next Friday, God bless.