Janet’s happiest childhood memory happened when Jane was nine years old where Jane grew up. At that time, Jane’s family had just moved to the nation’s capital. Janet’s father had secured a well-paying job in the city, and they were all happy to tag along. After the move, life became easier for them because of the new pay.
One day, Jane’s father announced that he had decided to give them a surprise treat to commemorate their new social status. Jane will always remember how the children gleefully hopped into the car. Janet’s father drove them into the town, and after a long ride, he parked in front of a Tantalizers eatery.
Tantalizers was an upcoming eatery that served fast foods, and all of Janet’s friends in school had tales to tell of when they had ordered a meal at Tantalizers, but she did not. Although Jane never said it out loud, Jane had dreams of the day she would have a burger and a cone of chocolate ice cream at Tantalizers. However, Jane’s father could not afford Jane’s silent dreams, but knowing the family’s financial conditions, Jane knew better than to impose. Finally, Jane’s dreams had come true. It was the happiest day of her juvenile life.