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Just Mom: My Barista's bettah than yours

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Coloring the Up Side of Fear Purple

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Staying with the Positive.  We have seen many posts over the past couple of weeks after the election, a lot of them negative and showcasing feelings and emotions... realities on how America is a melting pot of all kinds of stuff, bubbling over to reveal herself in so many ways.  I'm choosing to spotlight a young mother, of an ecclectic kind of mesh of what America might represent... freedom, positively open minded.... diverse... artistic... working mother of two little ones. An apsiring student of Psychology... a recent convert into the faith of Judaism, and a barista at a local Starbucks who works out regularly and looks great making Cappucinos typically 8hrs a day.  Just mom.  Starbucks is a place where many people come to meet for business & leisure, to relax while enjoying a cup of joe.... and there are 'regulars' who come in and appreciate the attention to detail and service from well trained baristas like Lacey, as well as the relationships built over time.  We find out, we are more alike than we are different.  Someone lost a job, someone got a promotion... someone had a baby, or newly engaged... studying for a test... and finally passing.  Understanding exactly how a custormer prefers their drink to be tailored... all the while... having on the mind and heart the reality of 'mom' and the other responsibilites of a working mother...life... what's for dinner later... managing a social life, and standing on her feet hrs at a time...staying tough and still managing to stay beautiful. 

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