If We Were Having Coffee // Saying Hello, Saying Goodbye, Saying Happy 4th of July

3 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee // Saying Hello, Saying Goodbye, Saying Happy 4th of July”

  1. I am trying the cold brew coffee method this week! I was curious what that green foamy stuff was in your cup LOL. I always enjoy your coffee chats – you’re such a talented writer and I really do feel like we’re old friends having coffee and catching up. Sorry to hear about your sister and her family moving away to Texas. I hope you enjoy your family on this 4th of July holiday! Cheers!

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    1. Oh thank you for the kind words. These coffee shares are my favorite posts to write so I try a little harder with them lol That wasn’t a picture of my cup lol but mine did look similar. It’s matcha, or ground green leaves, supposed to be super healthy and contains caffeine as well. I drink it most days and usually have coffee on Sundays but since I discovered how easy it was to make cold brew things have flipped. Thanks for stopping by :)

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  2. Personally, I’ve started the transition from coffee to tea, perhaps unnecessary, in preparation of our upcoming move to China.

    Glad the vacation was as rejuvenating as you hoped! Our summer vacation is over, and now come all the little trips to take care of moving business and say goodbyes. I’m sure your sister’s family is doing much of the same.

    I had my husband switch our Netflix account to get only DVDs from his queue for a while, so that I can do more reading. Of course, that only works if I turn the TV completely off! Good luck with your transition!
    http://doesntspeakklingon.blogspot.com

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