You loved being a waitress. Something about the hustle and bustle of the business made you feel alive. The smell of the delicious, tantalizing food, the chorus of voices and silverware clanking were just a few things you enjoyed about working in the restaurant business. You were a part of a well-connected, well organized team which also made the busy nights fly by without a hitch. That was all thanks to your manager, Levi Ackerman. Never before had you worked for such a strict, hard working person and you'd only worked there three months, but he took the responsibilities more seriously than anyone you'd ever met. You admired and respected him.
The restaurant, and it's staff, worked like a well-oiled machine.
There was one problem.
You were the clumsiest waitress on staff...
It was your one, fatal flaw as an employee. During the week, you were fine; you were polite, carried yourself with poise and always took care of your tables with gr