From the Webster-Kirkwood Times:
A couple of months ago, at a neighborhood grocery store down the street from my office, I remarked to the cashier that she has worked there for a long time. I mentioned that I remembered her waiting on my daughter and me when my daughter was in kindergarten at a nearby school and that my daughter is now in her third year of college.
The cashier, a gentle woman named Mattie, looked at me for a moment.
“Her name is Emma, isn’t it” she said. “I remember her talking to me.”
Try to find that kind of memory and neighborhood at a big box store!
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