It turns out Elizabethe has a sprained thumb. I took her to the orthopedic office. They x-rayed her hand and determined nothing is broken. She now has a brace she has to wear for the next several weeks. It completely immobilizes her sprained thumb.
Since we were out that way, and since there is a Taco Bell close by, we stopped at it for lunch. There’s nothing like getting your Taco Bell fix.
The young lady who took our order was very much on the ball. She was working like crazy while a few others just seemed to be in their own little world. She asked if we’d go on-line and take the survey. Given how hard she worked for it, we’ll do it.
This was good to see because some of the other Taco Bells in the area seem to have a complete don’t care attitude — especially the ones that have a K.F.C. joined to them. I’m not sure if it is the franchise owner or the corporation, but they really need to get their act together. At least this young lady today had the right attitude, and if every employee at every Taco Bell were that attentive to the customers they’d see their bottom line increase.
The temple tonight was pretty busy. I met a fellow photographer’s son there. We had a nice chat. He was on his way to BYU and traveling with a mission friend from Sweden.