We had just parked for lunch at some random gas station when we saw this cool wall art. Hot Dogs, Tamales, Snow Cones and Nachos… Looked interesting enough so we walked over to this place. Inside it is a mesh of cute collectibles and antiques surrounding a small diner. We were greeted by one of the owners, Charles. A tall, slender man with a chuckle in his speech and kind eyes. He helped us out on our menu choices, a roast beef sandwich with a tea and lemonade. As his wife, Frankie, prepped our food he shared some stories from his life and how they ended up owning that diner. The conversation was pleasant and natural, like chatting with an old friend. We continued talking while we ate, the roast beef sandwich was amazing, very tender and juicy! The drinks were made the old fashioned country way and were just as good. He told us about his daughter, Debi, who had just been diagnosed with cancer. He asked for our prayers. Overall this lunch stop had become more than just a place to eat, we felt a bond with this couple. We ask for anyone who reads this to please pray for their business, health and Debi’s healing. And if you ever find yourself in Corinth, MS be sure to visit them.
3201 Highway 72 W
Corinth, MS 38834