We meet at two venues: Can Do Books in Hawthorn and The Granny Square in Richmond.
Sue has been called the Steampunk Grandma by Fort Worth Weekly and you can see from just a few of her Steampunk creations, she is one talented Granny!
To those who aren’t familiar with the Steampunk genre, it is inspired by the 19-century industrial steam-powered machinery.
A good clue that you’re looking at something in this genre is it is very mechanical and usually contains gears, brass, and other intricate moving parts.
This past year we were fortunate enough to commission a 3’ x 4’ work of art which now graces the wall on our front office.
One day, Mayor Regina pays a visit to the diner, and orders some apple pancakes that are delivered to her on a plate by Granny. Some chit-chat transpires, but the conversation is interrupted when Regina is tugged by a young boy, who comments he, too, likes apple pancakes.They say, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”, and with this talented lady, it’s not hard to see where our fearless manager gets her creativity!Let me share some crazy stories about spring break and cumming in public.After some confusion, the air is cleared when the boy's father, Kurt Flynn introduces himself at the counter and explains he and his son, Owen are actively looking for a place to stay in town.Regina is less than thrilled at the prospect of two strangers in town, and excuses herself to speak to Graham privately.