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Old 01-04-2013, 08:02 AM   #11
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a good morning to my fellow coffee klatchers! well, my timing sure sucks, doesn't it. apparently, i missed all the fun yesterday--missed seeing kades AND your eggnog cookies, kades...hope you come by again today, girl.:)

a case of sumatran reserve coffee arrived by post yesterday. thanks for the tip on this exceptional, extra smoooth blend of java, pf. it's already near the top of my list of favorite coffee flavors....

i wonder who will be coming by to the klatch today. i hope i'm around for some of the fun this time... isn't it a hoot that some of the most lively interest in our coffee klatch comes from dawg and lpb, who are NON-coffee drinkers? so, i guess we'll be breaking seeds with you, lpb? and dawg, you're always good for some laughs. say, you think you could bring in some of that bacon jam--do you still have some? wonder how it would go with coffee, and this nice round of foccacia bread i'm about to break into shortly.

well, i guess i better get moving...just watch, as soon as i leave, i bet this place will come alive! lol...but seriously, please call me if somebody walks in here with a bag of homemade scones or something, hear?....
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:12 AM   #12
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Dark Magic morning it is...glad you like the Sumatran, Vit. I enjoy it too.

I have some lovely oatmeal scones with cinnamon icing.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:21 AM   #13
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My regular oatmeal with some local honey. My cup this morning was Yuban Columbian, probably my second or third favorite coffee, best price too!

Amazon carries my Tim Horton's as an "add on" item, so when I purchased something last night I added on a pack to get up to the "super saver shipping" total.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:22 AM   #14
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Been up since 5 AM and am on my third 8 ounce Hallmark (made in Korea) cup of Costa Rican shade grown coffee from Cafe Britt. Hope to close out my portfolio record keeping for 2012 by completing the booking of last year's mutual fund dividend reinvestments. Am looking forward to UPS' delivery of my wife's new mini (6") Dexter butcher knife. Hope this will motivate her to take over more of the meat cutting, so that I can concentrate on the knife sharpening.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:24 AM   #15
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That's a good idea to get to the $ amount for Super Saver Shipping...I usually add-on my shampoo, etc to get that. Didn't think of coffee.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:44 AM   #16
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Vit, you crack me up! What a lovely idea. May have to start drinking coffee again, just to join you!

Dang, I want a Keurig. 'Cept I don't drink coffee.....

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My sister bought herself a mini Keurig on the chance that someone who pops in wants a cup of coffee. She uses it for tea for herself.
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I keep coffee, tea and cocoa for the Keurig at work.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:08 AM   #18
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moring guys
we buy coffee at
cost Plus Italian dark roast decaf. Love it and would be glad to share. Ok have to go diayliss day today. See ya all later.
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we buy coffee at
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I'm enjoying my second cup of espresso allongé, made with my Mokita espresso machine.
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