It’s a familiar scene. You’re running your daily errands, and hunger strikes. You don’t have time to spare, so you hit up the Chick-fil-A drive-thru. When you arrive, the line is wrapped around the restaurant. But you still get in the line, because you know you’ll get your food in no time.
For Alton Thacker, you can’t put a price on a smile. Thacker, 81, is the owner and founder of Tiny Tim’s Toy Factory – a nonprofit organization based in West Jordan, Utah, that builds and distributes wooden toy cars for children across the globe.
You’ve picked out the perfect holiday outfit for your little one. You’ve positioned a bright red bow atop her perfectly curled tresses. Now you wait your turn. One of her little hands is holding yours, the other holding a letter for Santa, listing all the toys she’s wishing for on Christmas morning. You’re about to make a magical Christmas memory – the stuff that Instagram dreams are made of.
There’s a farm that sits on Highway 41, just north of the Florida state line. Depending on the time of year, its acres are filled with peppers or cucumbers, squash or eggplant.This fall? It’s corn, cows and chicken. Jessica Bolesta opened Raisin’ Cane farm in the fall of 2013 with a “Georgia Grown” corn maze design, celebrating local farmers and their products – and each year since, she’s crafted a new design.
Pickles, peanut butter, sweets. Expecting moms will tell you that when they’re eating for two (or three!), they’re also fighting some serious cravings. We talked to a group of women -- from first- to sixth-time mamas of both boys and girls -- and found one resounding truth: a craving for Chick-fil-A while pregnant can be a very real thing.
With college football season in full swing, we checked in with the team at ESPN’s College GameDay and asked them to make their picks – not for a winning team, but for their top order at Chick-fil-A. And just like picking a winner on the field, the experts had some opinionated answers.