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The Restaurant Romance Many individuals fulfill their other half at a classified, in a celebration, or just walking down the street. I never would have guessed I'd meet the love of my own life at the Newburg Inn. I was employed as a Line Cook, when I first saw the stunning blue, blond walk into my life. This was the story of how I fell in love and married the new waitress, with the help from a buddy. It reminds me of Sandra Pei's narrative, "Switched Bride," since I found myself saying "I do," having someone that I never would have expected. I was nineteen and I graduated from Culinary School, a couple months prior to working at the Newburg Inn. I had been single and still living with my parents, even when a young waitress called Meagan, started working there. I knew immediately when I watched her that somehow; she was definitely going to be perfect for me. The only thing preventing me from speaking to her was that I had been too timid to speak with girls. The few women in my life I have spoken to didn't go over too well. I have a tendency to get overly stressed and stutter my phrases. My heart jumps from my chest and I start to sweat profusely. It's not a pretty website, and it has been haunting me my whole life. I had to find a way to mention something to her because; I didn't need to devote the rest of my life single. The next night at work I told my friend Neil the way I felt regarding the new waitress. His advice was not what I wanted to hear. He said, "Just ask her if she wants to go out sometime." "That's easier said than done," I said. So I did the one thing I knew was perfect. I'd Neil request across the restaurant to discover if she was single. It was very cowardly of me, but that's exactly what I was a coward. I thought to myself, "I don't even have to be with this girl, I can not even ask...