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Re: “I'll Have the No.2 With a Side of Tattoos

I worked at the same hole in the wall restaurant, since I was barely old enough to serve tables--I was raised in an artistic family, often spending time at tattoo shops in AZ.-my oldest brother being an tattoo artist himself, since an early age I had always had plans for my ink.I am a very good waitress, I've been awarded the title as "Best Server in Boise Weekly's B.O.B. more than once, and if anyone should Google the restaurant's name they are met by many reviews-containing comments regarding my abilities as a sever-more so than about the menu. At the age of 31 I was in the right place at the right time-and was offered a chance at trying my hand as a tattoo artist, by a very accomplished which time I decided to began having the ink I had thought about near all my life- started-- all traditional Japanese pieces- this did not please my Bosses-they began to talk down to me in regards to my ink as well as the craft of tattooing in general-- as the economy began to slip- they even went as far as to say that the restaurant's business has grown quiet because of my tattoos--which at the owner's request was covered completely while I was on shift--- after 14 yrs of being Boise's Best Server-in the same hole in the wall restaurant where I had become very loyal to my repeat offenders---I was basically forced to move on--- I have over the top customer service skills--meaning I can identify with near anyone from any walk of life- able to plot my approach the moment my customer should step foot through the threshold-- 85% of even my business class has ink ranging from the unfortunate home made at home pieces to full color full custom pieces--- doesn't seem fair--but it's Boise

Posted by frostedstace on 02/20/2010 at 1:01 PM

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