The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

I overheard the following exchange while sitting in my favorite coffee shop.

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“What are their names?”
“Okay. So, they’re family names.”

I almost choked on my coffee.

This warning before sharing the names of her children… the apprehension in her voice? I wanted to give her a hug. I was struggling not to laugh out loud at the ridiculousness of it.

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Nicole Brown

Nicole Brown

Writer. Mother. Pie and cookie lover.

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