Friday, July 21, 2006

See?



I told you that I worked at Good Company. I also found my old TGI Friday's uniform last week when I was going through stuff for our garage sale. I put it on and my niece, Aly, was impressed that I haven't changed much in size or craziness since those waitressing days. Those were my "glory days" I guess. My focus has changed ALOT since that time in my life. I sure don't miss having to work for tips either!

8 comments:

Brad said...

LOL -- it is *SO* appropriate that you worked at TGI Friday's! I bet that you had above and beyond the required amount of flair!! :)

shawnna said...

SUPER CUTE
you have me ROTFLMBooty OFF

hee hee

i am so over waitressing myself -- although the money was really GOOD

Kerri said...

That is awesome that you still have your TGI Friday's uniform. How Fun! One of my first jobs was as a waitress at Bennigan's. Seems like a lifetime ago and yet some days I still feel like I am "in the weeds".

annette said...

YOU LOOK SO CUTE...
It is fun to recall our 'olden days'....you livened up my afternoon....

Hope you made a lot of $$$ at your sale.....~annette~

Jennifer said...

LOL, I cracked up when I just saw your TGIF photo... all I could think was "JODY! You're only wearing the bare minimum FIFTEEN pieces of flair!" (That's an Office Space reference if you've never seen it.) =)

Anyway -- I don't fit in my old waitressing uniform anymore, so I'm thoroughly impressed that you do.

Also, interesting tidbit from my life history, I made more as a waitress than I did working full time at my first "real" job. Ahhh.... loved those tips.

Christal said...

Okay Jody, I too am laughing! You luke Super cute, but may I ask, what is with the tights? LOL! Have a great weekend, and I WILL be checking back for updates:)

Carrie said...

LOL - you are crazy! That made me smile. :)

Jodi said...

Due an unfortunate tradegy, Jody suffered a great loss of a child and permanent reminders (legs) of the accident. See Jody show off her legs, makes one realize she is a very strong and brave person. One must, also, realize that although the pain of a great loss may lessen, such reminders will never go away.