By DAVID KLEMENT
As I sat in the drive-up line at my local Outback Steakhouse for curbside delivery of our Easter dinner –Alice Springs Chicken, of course, my all-time favorite – I reached for my wallet and took out a $10 bill. Even though I knew my wife had put a 20 percent tip onto her credit-card order, I wanted to do something more for the harried server going car to car checking on orders and handing out bags of meals. A sudden swell of emotion passed through me as I handed him the $10 bill and said, “Thank you for being here for us.” READ MORE
David Klement - A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with 45 years of editing and writing experience for major metro as well as small-city newspapers.