There was no doubt that the day started terrible for Austin. He was drenched from head to toe when he entered the cafe. Every step he took inside, a mark was left behind thanks to his his soaked sneakers. 'And they were my favorite pair too.' He thought, pouting as he continued to walk inside towards the counter. Such a disaster all thanks to some annoying rock. A small rock that chose to be in the worst place whilst he took his usual morning walk by the lake near the city. 'He's probably gonna laugh at me...' The one he referred to was none other than his guardian whom he often boasted to about having excellent reflexes. 'Well, so much for that.' If in the past politicians were the only thing he hated, now he could add rocks to the list. Passing by a waitress whom he worked with, he quickly swapped from a somber expression to an apologetic one, "Sorry 'bout that, I'll clean it after I dry up a bit," He said with a small yet cheery smile. They spoke for a bit more before he moved on. Despite what had happened, he knew he still needed to stay cheerful otherwise the customers and his co-workers might think something terrible had happened. Yes, getting soaked in the lake was awful but it would be an embarrassing story to tell. Well, he'll probably tell Cassandra about his newfound enemy - aka rocks - but she was his best friend so it would be fine to tell such a tale. Especially since he had plans on ranting and telling his plan to rid the world of rocks. Moving past the wooden tables and chairs of the busy cafe, he managed to make his way towards the specified room for employees near the counter without any problems of slipping. At least one thing went his way this morning. It'd be impossible to dry himself within a few minutes but thanks to his fellow worker's hairdryer, he managed to dry his clothes. Well, not exactly but at least his clothes were no longer dripping with water. "All better," He said with a grin, talking to no one in particular considering he was by himself. He left the room and began his part time job as a waiter, taking orders and serving desserts as well as coffee. He looked around to see if his best friend or guardian had arrived but finding neither, he went on doing with the tasks assigned to him.