Mallow's Food Baby
The tropical sun beat down harshly on Lillie as she made her way along the road. She missed the wide-brim sun hat she used to wear.
Everyone told her that her current image was a nice change that showed more confidence and was overall more practical. But on days like today, where the air was hot and sticky, even in the mornings, she missed her old hat that kept the worst of the sun from her eyes. She hated the way she looked in sunglasses, so she had avoided those so far, but they were tempting now.
Up ahead was Mallow’s family restaurant, already bustling with the breakfast crowd. A small line of about twenty people extended outside, waiting for a free table. Things seemed even busier than usual today. Fortunately, being close friends with Mallow had certain perks.
Instead of going in through the front, Lillie made her way around to the back of the building, where the private living area was. The back door opened right into the living room, a small but neatly kept space that fea