The Croatian Communion of Cookies and Coffee

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I love this story! ” … Maybe it was a survival strategy, or perhaps it was culture, but those cookies that the cafe provided always found their way into her and her mother’s stylish Croatian purses. They were rescued refugees, just like their now owners, and deserved a good home with friends and family to support their struggle for freedom”.

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  1. Thanks. I would never have seen this sweetly written post if you had not reblogged.

  2. Great reporting. Ann

  3. Thanks for the reblog – I really enjoyed it.

  4. Nativegrl77 says:

    Thank you for all your visits ! I enjoyed that

  5. Delicious…

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