True story: Yesterday, I went to Big Y to pick up a few groceries and the lovely woman working the cash register was wishing everyone a "Happy Mother's Day." Some of those in line ahead of me had children with them, some did not. It just seemed to be her universal statement for the day, as opposed to "Thank you. Have a good day." Well, she rang up my groceries and I patiently waited for her to wish me a "Happy Mother' Day" too (yes, even knowing I am not technically a mother.) Well, she did not wish me the same. I took it to heart! Do I not look like the motherly type? Maybe, just maybe she thought I looked too young to be a mother. Yes, that's what I'm going with. She is totally forgiven.
Happy Mother's Day to ALL!
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