As most of you probably do, DH and I are in and out of Micky D's a lot. One morning recently when we went to leave there, we noticed an old car parked next to us that looked like someone lived in the car. There was a huge dog in the back seat chained around the head rest. After talking about it, we pretty much figured out it was an older lady sitting at a table next to us. I told DH I got the impression she was clean and didn't remind me of a homeless person even though the car did. Well, tonight we stopped in for a bite and recognized her being the lady we had seen. She bought two burgers and one coke, sat and ate one burger, then went out to the car, went around to the side the dog was sitting, and fed the dog the other. She was walking around to the driver's side as we were walking to our vehicle and she stopped us. She said she was watching us inside eating together and wanted to tell us to enjoy every minute we have together because one day one of us will be gone and the other one left alone. She said she'd lost her husband and was alone. I thanked her for the kind words and I didn't know what else to say. It brought tears to my eyes and I keep thinking about her. I was wondering if we see her again, and I feel that we might, if we get her license number, will the police check up on her to make sure she has a place to live? Winter is coming and to think of someone living in their car is heart breaking. She was an older lady with a handicap tag.