She sighed and handed the waiter her credit card.
“I guess my old friends aren’t coming,” she said. “I feel terrible. They contacted me after almost twenty years. I’d loved to have seen them again, but...”
“Maybe you should hold the card. Look behind you.”
“I just finished my football draft,” her husband Don said. “Since these chairs are empty, I’m going to join you for lunch.” He looked at the bar and waved. “The boys are here too.”
“Family instead of friends,” Susan said to the waiter. “I”ll take it.”