This past Friday, I found myself at Aina Haina Shopping Center a few minutes before 11:00 so I decided to wait for Pieology to open up.
It's a Subway-like pizza place.
You can create your own pizza with unlimited toppings for $10.95.
Or you can order one of their favorites.
Right from the beginning I started pressuring out. If you don't know how I pressure out, check out this story: Me and Drive-Throughs.
I just wanted a chicken/spinach/garlic pizza . . .
but all the different choices made me indecisive. Ummmm . . . some kind of white sauce please . . .
ummm . . . ummm . . . spinach . . . and ummm . . . how about some mushrooms . . . ummm . . . ummm . . . okay . . . might as well throw in some olives . . . and ummm . . . is the garlic here? . . . or further on? . . . .
. . . ummm . . . chicken . . . I was thinking that the portions of the ingredients being put on my pizza were sparse, and I did hear people in front of me saying, "more please", but I was too shame to ask for more . . . and . . .
in no time my pizza got put into the oven. I gave them my easy name "Sue", and I waited.
This was the line after me.
When Wendell came home and saw the Pieology box on the counter he got excited . . . until he opened the cover. He said, "You ordered THAT?" Ummm . . . yes folks . . . I did order THAT.