Akbar and Teresa, a husband and wife team, run the coffee shop across the street. They make good coffee and sandwiches for the workday crowd. We go there a lot, so we have gotten to know each other. We’ve learned about their health insurance costs, about Teresa’s cancer, about their kids’ college tuition, about their drop in customers in this great recession.
My son, and the business owners across the street, and my colleague’s mother can only appreciate that.
Sunday, April 04, 2010
"Health-care bill"--Seattle stories
John Burbank (Seattle PostGlobe):