Tagged with coffee

morning ritual

Day 3: Something you held I started drinking coffee when I worked as an intern at a small-town newspaper. The office was freezing cold and I drank coffee to stay warm. What can I say? It grew on me.

winding down

I’m a few days behind, as I’ve taken advantage of the long weekend to enjoy some much-needed computer-free time. Day 24: What you heard The divine sound of the coffee grinder. Ah, whole bean hazelnut cream. How I love you. Day 25: Sky Some intrepid soul is out taking advantage of yet another glorious Iowa … Continue reading

coffee snob

Day 15: The first thing you see Okay, so this isn’t technically the first thing I see in the morning, but things tend to be a bit blurry until I get that first cup. News flash: I’m a coffee snob. But not in the conventional way. I detest Starbucks. I won’t drink coffee at restaurants. … Continue reading

get up and go

Day 2: Empty Guess that means it’s time to get my day started, huh? Hooray for lovely, cool mornings and delicious hazelnut coffee.


Happy June! First order of business, the new photo-a-day list from Chantelle at Fatmumslim: Another awesome list from the very awesome Chantelle. This is my fifth month doing the challenge. I think I’m officially hooked! Without further ado, let’s get going! Day 1: Morning I am officially a coffee snob. I didn’t set out to … Continue reading

photo-tastic easter recap

I just finished uploading the entire batch of weekend photos, so let’s have a look-see, shall we? It was a full day packed with some of my favorites. The day started early, with sunrise church, followed by coffee on the deck. (I was only allowed to sit on the deck if I kept my eyes … Continue reading

working girl

Happy Wednesday! Today’s photo shows you where I work. Allow me to walk you through the photo, which is more revealing than it seems at first glance. Exhibit A: Ben and Jerry’s insulated coffee mug. I’m a wee bit obsessed with all things Ben & Jerry. We planned our honeymoon around a childhood dream of … Continue reading