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Anomaly

January 13, 2011

Last night Brent and I ended our no-sushi pregnancy boycott with a big plate of spicy tuna rolls.  The sushi was awesome per usual, but I saw something at the restaurant that I have never seen before.  EVER.

As we stood to leave, I noticed the table next to us—an older couple with their 20-something son.  After their food was served they joined hands, bowed their heads and quickly said a prayer. Right there in the restaurant.  Over their California rolls and edamame.

Now I’m not particularly religious and we don’t typically pray before we eat, but I know lots of people who do.  So why haven’t I seen this before?

It’s a good thing, no?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. John A. Davis permalink
    January 13, 2011 5:10 pm

    It’s a good thing. We have seen this a few times on our cruises. It always makes me smile.

  2. January 15, 2011 5:38 pm

    My grandma used to do that, and I was always so embarrassed. But now I think it’s pretty special.

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