Breakfast at 4:30 AM—A Helpful Waiter, A Book To Read And A Good Start To The Day
Due to an unsual set of circumstances, I was out and about this morning around 4:30 AM.
It sure is nice and quiet at 4:30 AM. I think I’d enjoy being out at that hour more often.
I decided to stop at a 59 Diner along the 1-10 east feeder road for breakfast. I ordered what was termed the “Texas Sampler.”
You see the Texas Sampler above. It was a very fine breakfast.
Here is a history of breakfast from the Breakfast Panel. The Breakfast Panel appears to be a lobbying group advocating the consumption of breakfast. It is currently funded by the Association of Cereal Food Manufacturers.
With my breakfast this morning you will see that I also had a book to read.
I was reading Triumph of the City by Edward Glaeser. This book argues that city living is best in a variety of respects including access to economic prosperity, and an environmental impact less than that of suburbs.
I’ve included above a link to a review of the book and to the author’s website if you want to know more. A strength of the book is that it is not ideological, and offers critiques of policies that might be associated with both the right and left.
The waiter today at the 59 was very good even at such an early hour. He was a pro.
Commanded by the spirit of Franklin D. Roosevelt on this President’s Day, I left a good tip for my fellow working person on the job on a holiday at 5 AM.
Below is a picture of the 59 at 5 AM this morning. I think I was there just before the morning breakfast traffic.
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