Tag Archives: Waitress

Fresh Starts

Have you ever wanted a fresh start in life—to the point you’d take off to an unknown destination? After college, I headed to a state where I didn’t know a soul. I wouldn’t recommend it. But then, I was single … 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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Bookstore Barista

From washed-up waitress to bookstore barista, Zal Pruett starts a new life in Colorado. In the historic mining town, she researches her family history and uncovers a skeleton dangling from the family tree. Unexpected attention from two men, leaves Zal … 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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