Thanks for coming over again today for coffee.
I want to share with you some changes I want to make in the Cafe and see what you think about them.
I am retired, but I hate the word “retired.” It makes me feel old. It makes me feel like I have given to the world, and that I should now sit back and let the world revolve. Sorry. That won’t happen anytime soon. Continue reading “CONVERSATIONS OVER COFFEE”
Can you believe the weather here in Middle Tennessee? It was warm enough again on Sunday (yesterday) to open the windows for a while. If it weren’t for the powerful morning winds, I probably would have had breakfast and coffee on the porch or deck every day this week. I’m concerned, however, that this might mean a lengthy, hot summer. We will see.
I’ve made baking powder biscuits, and the honey is on the table. So are the bourbon peach preserves I made last summer. Grab a mug and pour yourself a cup of coffee and let’s talk.
I will be so glad when Friday’s inauguration is over. Continue reading “CONVERSATIONS OVER COFFEE”
Wow! The year 2016 is over. I’m shocked at the number of celebrities we have lost who shaped the views and lives of my generation.
I’ve missed our coffee time, and that is my fault. Most of the year 2016 found me giving in to resistance with procrastination and time-wasting activities. Continue reading “CONVERSATIONS OVER COFFEE”