>I have reached that critical juncture in every waitress’s life where she must take a look at her non-committal job (and all the leisure time it buys her to gaze at birds, indulge her blog with entry after entry about hating Yelpers, and occasionally submit a short story to a contest she knows she won’t win) and decide to step back onto the dance floor.
Yes, friends, I now have what is called in restaurant parlance A real job.
Fear not, I begged to keep one shift a week, so I can stay in touch with the insane battlefield between diners and themselves, diners and servers, servers and themselves, and back of house versus front of house. Plus, it’s cash in hand, which rules. Think babysitting, but with more French words.
In the meantime, my full-time job has me editing and writing a shit ton (thank you, Jesus) more so I will either become better disciplined at blogging or (more likely, since this has happened before) say, “Eff it. It’s happy hour.”
Oh my gosh, I actually work from home. It’s my dream come true! I can stock the bar and have cocktail hour with my man when he gets home, or with friends who have real jobs, too! I can go to yoga!
How long do you give me before this wears off and I’m bitching about how much I miss waitressing full time?