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When Brinn Williams received a text from the principal of her daughter’s school on Wednesday, she was unprepared for what was to be shared.

“As soon as her school texted, I was like, ‘Oh no, Ruby is sick,'” a 33-year-old mother from central Nebraska told TODAY Parents.

Turns out Ruby’s teacher was curious about a card the little girl brought to preschool.

Ruby’s school principal contacted Williams with a class update. (Courtesy of Brinn Williams)

“Ruby loves to draw, color and make cards for everyone,” Williams said. “Last night she asked me if she could use some of my stationery. I have rainbow stationery, so I was like, ‘Sure, sure, go ahead. .””

Williams said she forgot she had a box of cards on her desk.

“She goes and does this almost every night, so I had no reason to believe the card wasn’t going to look like it normally does,” Williams said. “I didn’t look at it until she put it in her backpack.”

So when Williams received a text about the card, she was a little nervous.

“I think she was hoping I connected the dots myself,” Williams said on the text.

The preschooler had, indeed, skipped the rainbow cards for something more colorful.

“A best friend you can have sex with,” the adult-outdoors card read. ” It’s awesome ? »

What could go wrong?  Preschooler’s Sweet Note for Teacher Leads to Mortified Mom

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“I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m so sorry, I’m so embarrassed,'” Williams said. “I see these things happen to other parents and I’m like, ‘Yeah, that’s not really happening. And now I’m like, ‘Well, yeah, because I’m seeing it firsthand right now.'”

The school principal told Williams it made her laugh.

“Ruby was adamant that she had asked permission to use it and the teacher said, ‘Are we sure about that? “, Williams said. “I confirmed that Ruby had asked permission, I just did not check her work.

But it’s better.

“The school program director is my husband’s boss’s wife,” Williams told TODAY, adding that her husband, Josh, was mortified. “I thought he was going to die.”

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Brinn Williams and her daughter, Ruby, 5. (Courtesy of Brinn Williams)

Williams surmised what drew her daughter to this particular card.

“She can’t read, but I guess she saw a card with a lot of blank space to draw her picture,” Williams explained. “On the card she wrote ‘I love you’, so she knows how to write a few words.”

To avoid any future artistic mishaps, Williams plans to create a special space for Ruby.

“I’m going to tell him, ‘Hey, I’m going to show you the stationery box you can shoot in and that’s the box you can use for cards,'” Williams said.

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