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In the spirit of giving... and Coffee #OperationRedCup

















There is an amazing story floating out there right now about a Raleigh NC mom of two, named Sunny Myers, who after having a "really bad parenting in the trenches day" (her words not mine) decided to post a picture of her Starbucks card on Instagram to encourage people to buy coffee for one another. This has gone viral (of course, Coffee + Giving = Viral Content)

The cool part about this is that everyone can get involved, if you want to participate all you need to do is show the card at the register have them scan it. If there is any money on the card you get to get free coffee MAKE SURE YOU TAKE A PIC and post it #OperationRedCup and if there isn't well then you need to reload it (cheapskate) I recommend putting  At lest $10.00 on it, why not, imagine what that could mean to some other mom (or dad) of two or in my case four... I could use a coffee break, I am writing two papers on the evidences for and against "Quantum Mechanics and its effect on the brain" (sorry don't mean to lose you)





Check out the whole story here:
Free Starbucks Goes Viral 

and follow Sunny's blog: 

Moments with Love

and on Instagram:
TwoSmartyPants

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