Just let it go. Or that I would let her go into a life where she would get the same treatment she had for twelve years? He glanced down to my shaking hands and scoffed. We can grab a beer. Catch you later, yeah?
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Just let it go. Or that I would let her go into a life where she would get the same treatment she had for twelve years? He glanced down to my shaking hands and scoffed. We can grab a beer.
Catch you later, yeah? I checked my watch again and took off for my truck, hoping I made it to Starbucks before Cassidy started walking home. Sorry I had to run out in the middle of taking the order though. Go home! Pregnant women. I glanced over at one of our newer guys and grimaced.
He made perfect drinks, but I made a mental note to never put him on bar again during a Friday morning since he tended to take his time on each one. I really was just trying to help; I know how stressful it can be. His arm brushed mine so I took an unnecessary step away to grab the three milk pitchers and clean them out.
Jesse began making the last two drinks sitting on the bar and I purposefully took my time cleaning and restocking the area so I could watch to see if there was anything I could pick out that he could change to help on his times. He just needed to speed up, and now that he had all the drinks down, I had no doubt he would.
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Trust me, I understand it, but I hate it for you. You need more people in your life. At least scars were normal on a person, and the worst of them were covered by my clothes, so I just looked like I was accident-prone. But at least try.
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