Customer Tells Waitress to Come Outside Immediately. He Then Points at Damaged Car
Her whole life, Cindi had been a waitress at the Cracker Barrel. The last few years, she had been working hard to pay for her disabled son’s expensive needs. One day she met the Tackett family in the restaurant and they quickly became her favorite customers. Cindi had been involved in a car crash recently, but she could not afford to repair it, so she drove around with a faulty engine and tape on her windows. When the Tacketts found out, they could not let her drive around in that junk car anymore.
The Tacketts had been married for 30 years and were living a happy life in Denver. Unfortunately Gary was unexpectedly laid off. He looked hard for a new job but could not find a job, until one day he secured a position in Missouri. With his wife Roxann they built a life with many friends and family in Denver, but they needed the money so they decided to move.
Gary and Roxann’s new house was nicer and spacier than their previous one, but they struggled to feel at home. No matter how much pictures they put up, it never felt the same. In the first few weeks of their move, the family ate out a lot. Their favorite restaurant was Cracker Barrel. The food was exceptional but the reason the Tacketts kept going because they befriended one of the waitresses.
Cindi had been working at Cracking Barrel for years. She was born and raised in the area and knew everyone in town. She noticed the Tacketts coming in a few times a weak and they started to start talking. When the Tacketts found out about Cindi’s disabled son and her difficult situation, they knew they had to help her out.
Cindi had been in a car crash recently, but could not afford to repair her car. Gary and Roxann Tackett felt bad for Cindi and decided to help her out. One day, they entered the restaurant and told Cindi to come outside. On the parking lot was a brand new car with a big red ribbon on top. Cindi could not believe it. Her life was now linked forever with the Tackett family.