Anthony smiled at me as I approached. He said, “Hello, how are you today?” I answered and asked him the same, which he responded in turn. He asked what he could get for me. I told him I forgot my glasses and couldn’t see the menu that well. He offered to read what I wanted to see. He pointed out the pastries and sweets that they had left and read me the names. I told him I was hoping for a cupcake and he apologized but told me that they had gelato. I agreed, and he pointed out the flavors to me. I asked for a few samples, as did my guest. We chose the flavors we wanted, and he made the scoops. He handed the cup to my guest and took our gelato over to the register, where he told us he was training another employee, Alicia. She rang up the order and he assisted her with the register. He said, “I need a name for the order,” and I gave it to him. He said, “Eight dollars, please.” I swiped my card and he said, “Can I see the name on your card?” I showed him, but it was a temporary card and didn’t have my name on it. He said, “Okay, it’s okay.” He gave me the receipt and said, “Thank you. Have an awesome day!” When I walked up to the counter, I could not see to read the menu. I told Anthony that I could not see it, and he offered to read to me the whole menu. He read what I was trying to see, along with all the flavor labels, so I could make a decision as to what I wanted, all while wearing a big smile.