Frank and I enjoyed a few days off this week and here's proof we do hang out.
This is us catching breakfast at Sleepy Bee Cafe in Oakley; as you can see Leo joined us.
It's only anecdotal evidence, but I think Leo finds my voice calming.
Frank has been to Sleepy Bee Cafe before, but this is my first time. The restaurant is clean, warm and inviting.
I was instantly excited about the food. I said out loud, "I wonder what's good?"
A member of Hamilton County's SWAT team named Mike said everything's good.
He recognized Frank and I from the morning show.
I got an omelet filled with locally grown produce. It sounded good and fresh; not a leap of faith, unlike the gluten-free bee cake which I also ordered.
It's made with almond, quinoa, and buckwheat flour. I'm no longer skeptical. Mike was right - everything IS good.
Frank, Leo and I stayed about an hour. The food was great as was the service and company.
Here is where our breakfast gets even better - When asking for the check, our server said it was already taken care of. Mike paid the bill.
We couldn't thank him because he already left. How cool is that?
If you know a Mike who works for the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in SWAT, tell him thanks for us! First class move.
Might want to consider doing that for someone else too. I know I will. It will make their day.
It made ours, and maybe it will be paid forward.
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