Leafy greens, meat, seeds and nuts are all foods that cavemen used to eat. Back in the day this food was hunted and gathered by our ancestors. While the methods have changed – most people now gather their food from the local grocery store or farmers’ market -- the eating trend has made a comeback. But what about those times when life gets busy and you are dining in a hurry?
By now, you have probably heard about the surprise homecoming of an army soldier in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Antonio Rodriguez of the 82nd Airborne Division returned home early from a deployment in Afghanistan and decided to surprise his family, including his pregnant wife, at their local Chick-fil-A.
When Truett Cathy opened his first restaurant in 1946, most businesses were closed on Sundays. The world moved at a slower pace then, but he remained steadfast about this “day of rest” — even after competitors began daily operations in the 1960s.
For Alton Thacker, you can’t put a price on a smile. Thacker, 81, is the owner and founder of Tiny Tim’s Toy Factory – a nonprofit organization based in West Jordan, Utah, that builds and distributes wooden toy cars for children across the globe.