#10. The Headwalls
I'd been looking for fulltime work for about 10 months at this point.
I got assigned opening shifts a lot since I didn't have classes during the day. As soon as they found out I could do calligraphy and hand lettering, I wound up doing all the specials signs. Which, frankly, I didn't mind at all.
To be honest, I loved opening. It was a good way to start the morning.
Too bad lunches - especially at a bar - pay so horribly. Usually around $15 for a day's work.
Waitstaff at Roswell's also had to do dishes on lunch shifts. Since this was my first restaurant job, I didn't know that wasn't supposed to happen :I