Tag Archives: Trials

Romanticized and Overeager

I’m back in Utah. I have been for a while now. Have you noticed that I tend to romanticize everything? Even a regular cup of joe. I think I may have romanticized this place into some mystical, magical life. If … Continue reading

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Why Not?

The constant slam from customers gets really redundant. Let me give you a taste of my every morning. “Good morning,” I say trying to fight off the sleep in my eyes. “Grande Black.” The man said with his still in … Continue reading

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Grande latte, decaf, whole milk, please?

It’s been said, by someone that is more known than me that there are two people you don’t mess with in this world: One–the guy who works on your car; this is reasonable. Any clever being would know that a … Continue reading

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Today I Am

The conversations that take place inside the walls of a coffee shop can be random, eccentric, and incredibly personal. This morning was closer to me than normal. Due to my position as barista/ free counselor I find myself letting people … Continue reading

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