By MARLO BARNHART
CLEAR SPRING - Debbie Yeakle is proud of her blueberry pancakes, but the cook at Windy Hill Restaurant said she's never made one for a former president before.
Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, stopped by for breakfast Monday morning, giving patrons and employees alike a good story to tell family and friends.
"I was really nervous," Yeakle said. "I was just glad he didn't come back into the kitchen to watch."
Waitress Debbie Gladhill said the Carters came in and, before sitting down, went around and shook hands with everyone in the restaurant.