“Guess it just doesn't seem like the right time to give up. Seems like it's not about how you feel these days, it's about what you have to do.”
— The waitress

The unnamed waitress was a working mother, becoming widowed when her husband Ray was killed in action, leaving her eight-months pregnant.[1]

The night she got the news, she wandered aimlessly through Boston, eventually entering a small restaurant where she spent her last credit on a slice of key-lime pie. Seeing her distress, the restaurant owner promised her a job after her baby was born.[2] She continued to work there for many years.[3]

In 2552, she took pity on a crying customer, Rani Sobeck, and helped cheer her up, giving her a free bowl of clam chowder.[4]


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