|Scout finds the grass in Illinois is nice.|
|"I have a good life."|
|Joey remains on full alert.|
|Sunset over the lake.|
Dad has been riding the train to work. He says it is fine. He will probably try driving his car next week. Mama hasn't taken the car this week. Dad leaves here at 4:40 a.m. and I don't think she feels like taking him to the station.
We found out yesterday that another one of our credit cards was stolen. Chase shutdown the card before anything happened, we think. Someone tried to use our card at Walmart.com and exited when they were asked security questions. That caused a red flag to go up for Chase. A new card is being sent to Grandma's house. Mama had just updated her PayPal account with the card and then the Wal-Mart thing happened. We do not know if there is a connection. It could have been stolen at a restaurant or when Dad bought his train tickets or maybe even here. We will never know. We have a few more credit cards, so we will be fine.
The folks ate at Heroes West Grill on Sunday. It's a sports bar. Mama was really in the mood for a Ribeye and it was the closet place. She ordered a Ribeye with a baked potato and salad. Dad ordered a Pan Fried Perch with mash potatoes and a salad. They had breaded mushrooms as an appetizer.
|Inside Heroes West Sports Grill|
|Pan Fried Perch|
|Ribyeye with Baked Potato|
Dad said his perch was good. It had some tiny bones, but he said that was to be expected.
The food came out really fast. They had not finished their mushrooms when the salad came out and they only had a few bites of the salad when their dinners came out. They prefer when they have a little more time between dishes.
The waitress was nice, but she became really slow when it came time to pay. It took a while to get the bill and even longer for her to take the payment. The place was good, but they probably will not visit it again as there are a lot of other places to try.
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