Opinions are like, well, you know, everyone has one. I am no different. You don't have to agree with me. I'm OK with that.
Dinner was at Minako's Japanese tonight (great sushi ... actually everything is great!). As we were waiting for our dessert, a young woman approached our table and asked it we had the Tesla parked outside. When we said we did her eyes lit up. She said she loved Tesla and mentioned she followed someone who had one on Facebook (no, it wasn't us).
She was so excited to see one in Ozark, Alabama! She said she peeked inside but because it was just past dusk, it was, of course, difficult to see inside. I offered to show her our Tesla after we finished dinner. To say she was excited is an understatement. She remembered reading about our adventure in our local paper, too.
When we had finished dinner their salads had just arrived. I approached her and offered to show her the car and apologized for interrupting their dinner. She assured me it was no problem. She left with me leaving her husband and small son behind.
She followed me outside and I popped the "hood" ... and her amazement was hard to hide. She said she had to get her husband who knew he like the look of the car, but admittedly didn't know much about Tesla.
She returned with him and their child and we chatted for about ten minutes - I remembering they dinner had probably already arrived - she didn't care ... so funny. Knowing their dinner was ready I offered her a ride another time. I told her to "LIKE" Wyse Decision on Facebook and send me a message with she was ready.
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