Tag Archives: Retro-Fifties Diner

A Billboard Beckons

Find yourself in Switzerland. Call Magic Carpet Travel Agency for your next getaway. Azalea Pruett finds herself in poverty after her husband’s death. She discovers that he’s left her with a mountain of debt, and her story becomes one of riches to rags. Forced … Continue reading

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Suddenly Single

 Zal Pruett never dreamed she’d be a waitress in a retro-fifties diner. But like a burger flipped on a hot grill, Zal’s life turns upside down after the sudden death of her husband.     To her dismay, she discovers … Continue reading

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Vagrants and Visitors

Every summer I anticipate a trip home to see my family. We live far enough apart that frequent visits are out of the question. I usually spend three full weeks visiting my family and enjoying every minute of it. (Okay, … Continue reading

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Café Confessions

The life of a waitress can be trying— demanding customers, messed up orders in the kitchen, spilled drinks, and constant motion. My short-lived encounter with waitressing at age eighteen led me to pursue other vocations. I learned when people go … Continue reading

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A Washed-Up Waitress

Zal Pruett never dreamed she’d be a waitress in a retro-fifties diner. But like a burger flipped on a hot grill, Zal’s life turns upside down after the sudden death of her husband. To her dismay, he’s left her on … Continue reading

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