Over half a century ago, I was born in Atlanta, Georgia. It's about 100 miles south of what I now call my hometown (because that's where my parents live), Mt. Airy, GA. Anyway, on this day note the difference between the temperature in Atlanta and Gumi (where I was while blogging this).
It was COLD outside. It was the kind of cold that leaves your face feeling frozen in place until it thaws after you enter a warm building. While my face thawed, I enjoyed the sandwich and coffee pictured above. The menu called it a "steak and cheese toast," but to me it was an "grilled egg, bologna, and american cheese sandwich." Still, it was cheap, and it was good enough for a final meal on this day.