Zac and his girlfriend Alison had stopped by the house, a few weeks back...I found their note on the front door...but we weren't home...boo hoo. I really hated to have missed them because it's always such a joy when the grandkids stop by.
Did I mention that Marble Slab Creamery is an ice-cream parlor? You receive friendly service with a smile along with a freshly made waffle cone that Zac makes. They also make the ice-cream right on the premises...talk about fresh!
I asked the young lady in the above picture if she wouldn't mind if I took her picture with her cone and Zac, being the film maker that he is, asked for the cone back and told us it would look better if he was handing her the cone....And he's right! The picture looks GREAT!
Zac fixed me a up with a waffle cone filled with dark chocolate ice-cream and topped with another scoop of strawberry...yummy. Jimmy asked for his ice-cream in a cup...and he said to be sure to tell my blogger friends how BIG the cones were...So blogfriends, consider yourselves told. (Does this count as Jimmy's first guest blogging sentence?) *LOL*
Here's Zac before the rush of customers began coming in. I'm so proud of Zac! He is such a talented young man. He has his blog you know, it's called ICECAZ, he also plays Bass guitar in his Christian band called 4:12. The band takes its name from the scripture, 1 Timothy 4:12 "Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity." I have to stop and go get me a tissue because, when I read these words of scripture, that Zac lives by, it makes me so happy, that I cry.
I'm back....As I mentioned above, Zac is a film maker and owns his own company...And for being just 19 years old I think that's quite an accomplishment already. At least he knows where he's going and what he wants to do with his life.
Of course while his company is getting on its feet, he still has to pay the rent, so everyone come on over to the Marble Slab Creamery for a dip of ice-cream. It's located off the Man O War exit off I-75 in Lexington, Kentucky...2304 Sir Barton Way.