coffee talk

Mary Dougherty

posted by

ABOUT mary

I'm a fine art film photographer living in the mountains and traveling to tell beautiful stories

wedding

portrait

engaged

personal

Browse by Category

Portfolio

prints

When you’re married you have to share things, and in my case that includes our favorite coffee mug. I know it sounds like a stupid thing – and really I don’t have any rights to the mug since I gave it to Matt – but being the indian giver that I am I consider it equally mine. I picked it up in Fort Collins almost three years ago and once I brought it home and gave it to Matt I realized how perfect it was. Not too thick, like the Navy mugs my dad has at home – or the waffle house mugs – but more substantial than the typical mugs populating your cabinets plastered with logos from things past.

Each morning we get up and after making coffee we decide who gets to use it. Usually someone offers it up for the other person, and the small gesture is both sacrificial and thoughtful. This morning I let Matt use the mug.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse convallis tellus ut venenatis interdum. Integer ut elit sollicitudin, aliquam orci a.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse convallis tellus ut venenatis interdum. Integer ut elit sollicitudin, aliquam orci ac, malesuada.

featured post

A classic Cape Cod wedding never goes out of style, especially at the Kittansett Club.

featured post

A Chautauqua wedding is stunning no matter the size. Karen and Walker pivoted to host the most amazing micro wedding at this historic American retreat.

featured post

Looking for a Catskills wedding venue? Browse Jaclyn and Scott’s photos to see what makes a Full Moon Resort wedding so special.