There is hope!
Having a somewhat s
crappy day today, I decided to treat myself to an ice cream at the Baskin-Robbins in Keizer. I was immediately created by a lovely young lady behind the counter, "What can I get for you today?".
"Something to make me smile. I'm having a crappy day", I replied.
As I went about my selection process we carried on with small talk. I learned she drove from Canby everyday for school and work. Quite the trek. What a responsible and dedicated young lady, I thought. During this small talk I shared with her that I had $20 and needed car food, gas, and cigarettes but, I was going to forgo the cigarettes because I needed this more. She laughed.
When I had completed my selection, upgrading twice from a scoop to a full blown brownie sundae, I waited at the register and placed my $20 bill on the counter. She brought my delightful treat over and set it in front of me and said "Have a nice day!" "Don't i need to pay first?", I asked, to which she simply replie, "Have a nice day."
I wanted to cry. That was the sweetest gesture. The kindness and compassion shown and from such a young girl. It brought hope to my heart. I want we to know how much joy that small kindness brought and that it will be paid forward. Thank you sweet girl.
And a huge kudos to the owners of that franchise for employing such deserving young people!!!
I got a milk shake that was amazing. It really hit the spot in this hot weather. The lady working there was really nice. My only complaint is there was a lot of people there and only one person working. It way to long to get my milkshake.
I am always welcomed even when busy. Very polite ice cream scoopers. Great cakes, and cappuccino boasts.
Especially like them on the 31st when scoops are 1.50$ each.. look forward to my next visit.