For some reason the Queen and I decided that the Princess needed some schoolin'. She just turned three and she pretty much learned everything that I could teach her. It seemed that we either let her perform her very own frontal lobotomy on the dog, or find some sort of professionals that could stimulate her brain cells. We chose the latter. So every Tuesday and Thursday either the Queen or I drive the Princess 30 minutes from our house to her Montessori school, which, as I am told, is totally worth the inconvenience.
When the Queen drives her, she spends the rest of the day at the nearby university working on her PhD. When I drive her, I spend the rest of the day "working" at whatever restaurant has free WiFi and will let me sit in the corner nursing an unsweetened ice tea for five and a half hours. Most of the time I pick the golden arches, but today I decided to try out Chef Lin's Asian Cookery and their $4.99 all-you-can-eat lunch buffet. And that's where our story begins. (That's right, the last two paragraphs were superfluous.)
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