"My life, is inconsequential." He watched the bracelet fly to him. It suddenly stopped and floated in midair within his arm's reach. "I am the man in the background. I am the person who sees everyone come and go. I am the shadow that dances upon the wall. To give me any more significance than that, means I become a person in your eyes and not just a tool. That is why I was not given a name."
Adjusting himself, he looked at Silver, "For future reference, I personally dislike rushing in an attempt to catch something. Makes me seem like a bloated walrus." Reaching over, he grabbed the bracelet and clasped it onto his wrist. Bowing to Silver once more, he gave his final farewell, "Goodbye, Silver. Do not be a stranger."
With that, Siegfried walked through the door.
Once he had done so, and closed it behind him, the waiter looked at his two brothers staring at him. He quickly responded, "She wished for the flowers to remain until I decided to take them off and this is a tip given to me by a customer. I was wounded in the line of duty because customer satisfaction takes all priority."
The other two waiters turned around and went about their business. The large woman, Annette, stormed over and smiled at the waiter, she spoke in a strange dialect, and despite her muscular size she had a surprisingly light voice, "<Where have you been papa?>"
He looked at the amazonian woman, "<I was servicing a customer. You may have these flowers.>" Taking the wreath off his head, they floated over to hers. Her grin did not fade, "<How long were you wearing these for?"
"<I am unsure,>" He flatly admitted. A look of worry came across her face, "<Forget? Waiters do not forget. Are you alright?>"
The waiter nodded his head, "<Of course I am. Do not fret, I was asked not to remember.>" She frowned and smacked the back of his head, "<Alright, if you say so. Don't worry me so much.>"
He simply nodded his head, "<I will not.>" Annette pointed at the bracelet, "<And now that. What is the truth behind that?>" The waiter looked at it and shrugged, "<It is a gift. From a friend.>"