“It looks like a nice place,” Hannah said as she stood with her husband, Jessie, before the gates at the end of a long, dusty driveway.
“The sign is a bit old.”
She stepped in front of him to take a closer look. “The Happiest Place In Town,” she read out loud. “I don’t know if I’d go that far,” she said to Jessie. “But maybe it’ll be appropriate.”
“Do you really think my dad will do well here?”
“We’ll ask him.”
They walked together to the car and spoke to the man inside through the open window.
“We think it’s the right place,” Jessie said to his father.
“Do they have hookers?”
“Wait, I’ll check,” said Hannah. She trotted back to the sign and read it silently, then returned to the car.
“The best hookers in town, the sign says.”
“Well what are we waiting for?” asked Jessie’s father. “Let’s go get ’em!”
And that’s how, with Hannah’s help, Jessie got his father into a nursing home.