Mo's was starting to thin out, so I went in and ordered some breakfast. I figured by the time I finished eating the rest of the customers would be gone.
"Haven't seen you recently, Teddy Martin. I wondered if you were alright," Mo said, wiping on the dirty counter with a dirtier towel.
"I'm okay, Mo. Been doing what I came here to do. Write."
"No problems in the house?" she asked, raising her bushy eyebrow slightly.
"Nope," I said as I crunched some bacon.
I downed the rest of my coffee as the last customer went out the door.