The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

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Don’t give me tomatoes. Don’t get me wrong — I love tomatoes. But if I visit you and you give me your lovely home-grown tomatoes, I’m just as likely to forget them. I’ve done this twice.

My son gave me tomatoes. I put them on the back seat and there they stayed. I tossed my hat over the back and promptly forgot the tomatoes. A few weeks later, I grabbed my hat, which smells suspiciously like cat pee. Wait, hang on… my cat never goes in my car. It took me a while to figure it out.




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Adrienne Beaumont

Adrienne Beaumont

I’m an Australian who loves to write about travel and my daily life as a mother and grandmother as well as my past experIences- all true. I publish almost daily

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