I let her know that I would be willing to order something from the restaurant if she would let me know when the restaurant closed so that I could come back later and use the bathroom. She was nice enough to do this, but as we were talking she suddenly realized that she did not have any information about when wendy’s started serving breakfast & what time does wendy’s stop serving breakfast. Apparently, there was only one person in charge of letting people know when breakfast was served. The other workers were pretty helpful, but they knew that there was usually only one person in charge at night who was responsible for feeding everyone. They also knew that since there were only four of us in the restaurant that we would probably be seated for a while.
My last night in Texas was at Wendy’s, a huge restaurant that is located in the Center of the Plain at Westheimer-Air Force Base. I had taken my daughter and her friends to eat their fill of chicken salad and chips when I decided to go out for a quiet night and get some Waffle House food. I normally do not order any food out of the restaurant but I decided to try out the special pancake breakfast nachos. The waitress was very prompt in taking our order and returning it quickly. As we were finishing up our meal, she came back to deliver our drinks and our orders. After our waitress took care of our food she brought back a small refrigerator that was clearly labeled “Wendy’s Breakfast Hours,” and asked if we would like some more help.
After we finished our meal we asked the waitress if we could see the kitchen so that we could figure out the exact time that wendy’s stopped serving breakfast. She told us to come right back, but she sent us on our way with the same message she gave to our other guest, “I can make everything happen when you need it.” I think she was trying to tell us that it was going to take some effort on our part in order to get things working the way that we wanted them to work.