Before many Shabbatot, I grill a few chicken breasts which we then slice to make sandwiches on Shabbat (usually morning). It is very delicious. So delicious in fact, that my son decided that he would use a good portion of the leftovers to make himself a huge sandwich which he would bring with him to school. He carefully assembled said grilled chicken sandwich on Saturday night, adding pickles, ketchup, etc.
On Sunday afternoon, I received the following text: "Forgot my sandwich. :-("
I felt bad. Truly I did. I even contacted a teacher who lives in Yad Binyamin, in an attempt to send him the sandwich, to no avail.
So on Monday, I sent him the following text: "I had a great sandwich today. I actually tried to send it to you but couldn't find a way to get it to you. So thanks. It was yummy."
To this he responded: "I found plums in the fridge. They were so good. And juicy..."