Last week, I told you about how my family was involved in a shameful display of gluttony at the Seekonk Chick-fil-A.

My wife was pressuring me into repeatedly ordering Chick-fil-A sauce with every single item. I'll have a large Coke, and three extra Chick-fil-A sauces. I mean, just ridiculous. I came clean in an act of contrition last week, writing a tell-all apology in an open letter to the popular fast-food restaurant.

(My wife's) plan is to bring the sauce home and use them on Purdue chicken nuggets. It's a shameful act, and I am not proud.  --Michael Rock

That letter was written on Thursday. By the weekend, I received a response from the ownership in Seekonk. Jonas Williams wrote a letter to my family. In that letter, he expressed his understanding that we lived a significant distance away from his restaurant. He assured us that we were not alone in our passion for Chick-fil-A sauce.

Then, Mr. Williams dropped the big one.

He presented what must have been a 50-pound box of Chick-fil-A sauce packets. The same box that gets delivered to the restaurants for their stock was left at the radio station for our family.

I'll never be able to duplicate the level of excitement that my kids had when they saw that box of Chick-fil-A sauce. Honestly, the first thought that popped into my head was that I regretted not saving the box as a Christmas present. They were thrilled. It was a pure joy that parents don't often see in their teenagers and pre-teens.

Thank you, Mr. Williams, for taking time out of your day to personally deliver joy to my family.

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