Friday, October 25, 2013

It's a Great Day at Chick-fil-A

It's a great day at family could truly eat there everyday. The Tim Hawkins' song about Chick fil a, we so relate to, because we just love it. Always have. My boy, Shek has always, always told us that he wanted to meet S. Truett Cathy. This year, when he realized that his Konos class would be studying him and reading his book, he couldn't wait to get started.

 AND at the end of the unit his class had a scheduled back stage tour to Chick fil a headquarters. I had been before with Karlie, but he was too young to go back then so this was his first trip there. It is such a beautiful place,and the tour is super nice.

First things first, you get your photo made with the Cathys, thanks to a green screen, and they have the photo ready for you take home at the end of the tour. Here we are with our good friends. We carpool with them each week. Their sisters missed out on this awesome field trip.
Shek and some of his school friends...
Sitting at the counter of the replica of the very first Dwarf Grill.
Learning about Win Shape (Shaping Winners)
Sitting in the Truett Cathy's office.
Ordering from the original menu would be awesome. Loved those prices. And we learned that Mr. Cathy signed the original menus and gave them to his very first and loyal customers, the ones that have been with him since the beginning. Those customers can order from the signed menus and pay the original prices until their death. Now that's pretty cool.
Mr. Cathy owns a lot of classic cars...even the batmobile.
At the end of the tour, we all met back with the entire class, and everyone was given their photos with the Cathys, a Chick fil a cow, a be our guest card for a free chicken sandwich, a chocolate chip cookie and a ruler with the Golden rule on it. Mr Cathy believes that if everyone lived by the golden rule, we would not have any enemies, and we'd have more friends than we could count. Shouldn't we all live by those words of Jesus?
It was a great day at Chick-fil-a...if you ever have the chance call and schedule a tour of the headquarters. 

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