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New Truett’s Chick-Fil-A

Hey Sparkles! Happy Friday! For today’s Family Friday blog post, I am writing about the remodeled Dwarf House in Stockbridge, Georgia, near my house. Of course, now it is called Truett’s Chick-Fil-A.

I have personally tested out both the self-service and the drive-thru, and like both. I especially like how they have a door to deliver food in the drive-thru, and not the traditional way up high drive-thru window.

Another cool thing about it is all the tributes to Truett Cathy. The side of the building has several of his favorite quotes so that you can read them while waiting on your food. They are also very efficient.

I was very glad when I saw that they kept the little red door. “For those small in stature, or young at heart.”

Little Red Door       EntranceTruett Little Red Door

Another thing that was cool to me was the logos for Chick-Fil-A through the years.


That just goes to show that your first idea is never your best idea.

I also enjoyed learniing the story of the little red wagon. “This is the story of how a young boy from Georgia hitched his red wagon to a brilliant idea and became a star.

When he was just eight years old, Truett Cathy would go to the corner store to buy a six-pack of Coca-Cola for twenty-five cents. He got ice from the local iceman. Then, pulling his red wagon full of ice-cold drinks through the streets of his neighborhood, he would sell refreshment to thirsty customers. At a nickel a bottle, it was a bargain, especially in the middle of a sweltering Georgia summer.

An entrepreneur was born. From cold beverages, Truett would one day expand his menu and his fan base all over the world.

Truett’s story teaches us that dreams can come true with a lot of hard work and a little push. Or, in Truett’s case, the pull of a little red wagon.”

Little Red Wagon

Also, they have a train now!


I made a shirt with cow spots that would be great for Cow Appreciation Day! Check it out here: https://amzn.to/2K2cdl1.

Well, thats all for today, Sparkles. Just remember, your dreams can come true, with just a little bit of hard work. Thanks for reading, and Sparkles away!!

One Response so far.

  1. Jan Langley says:

    Good job Faith. Check out the very first Dwarf House in Hapeville. That’s where it started. Keep up the good work ‼️

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