Christopher smiled a little (and as usual, the left side of his face refused to cooperate), thinking about his wife, and the little details that completed who she was, always made him feel better. It seemed terribly cliched, but Christopher honestly felt that Sally-Ann was the sunshine of his life. "It's going great, actually," he said with a lopsided grin, and shook his head at the employee. Christopher was not all that hungry, he just needed some caffeine back into his system before heading back into his office for another grueling day at work.
"Uh," Christopher began, suddenly realizing that he did not know a thing about Capper. Well, except about his father and his company, "How's your father?" He finished, wondering if that was a strange question to ask.