31st May2012

Random Stuff {This or That Thursday}

by Daenel

The other day I was cleaning up my desktop and found about a million folders marked “New Folder” {Why do I name them that? Can’t I be just a little bit more original? Descriptive even?} and inside of them were a couple hundred unedited photographs. These are just a few of them…

Buildings in Cape Girardeau

These buildings overlook the Mississippi River in downtown Cape Girardeau, Missouri and are being converted into lofts. I would really like to get a chance to take a look inside but my dream would be to live in one… I just think they’re absolutely beautiful.

Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge

The Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge spanning the mighty Mississippi River, the hubs and I enjoy taking walks along the Mississippi River whenever we get a chance.

Old St Vincents Catholic Church

The steeple of Old St. Vincent’s Catholic Church in Cape Girardeau. Such a beautiful old building. I’ve heard that they offer tours but I haven’t been on one. Yet.

Evening Sky

This was my first clear moon shot. Or, at least, clear enough that I’m willing to share…

What do you do with your unedited photos? Do you save them for later and forget about them? Or do you edit and post immediately?

I’m linking up with Deb of Deb Duty Photography for This or That Thursday.

30th May2012

He is the Light {Word Filled Wednesday}

by Daenel

Light {Living Outside the Stacks}

Last week, the hubs, Miss 15 and I were driving into town when the hubs pulled over and said “You have got to get a picture of that sky!” It was the most spectacular looking thing we’d seen in just about forever. As I snapped away, I kept telling him, “I can’t quite capture the beauty…” I felt overwhelmed by the beauty that was before me…

This week as I read the section about God’s names of splendor, I was brought back to how I felt standing on the side of the road with my camera in hand. I felt overwhelmed. The Hebrew word for God’s name of splendor is OR OLAM or Everlasting Light. He is brilliant, magnificent, glorious, resplendent… He is the light in a world of darkness.

Right now we rely on the sun to give us light during the day and the moon and stars to provide light by night, but one day we will walk in the light of His presence {Isaiah 60:19}. Can you imagine? God is so brilliant that He can outshine the sun?

A couple of times a week, I plan to share what I’ve learned from my discussions with the ladies from the Women’s Bible Café and my readings from the book  Knowing God by Name: A Personal Encounter by Mary Kassian. For more information on the study, you can check out the Women’s Bible Cafe on Facebook by clicking here.

I’m linking up with:

29th May2012

Lazy L Safari Park {Getting to Know Missouri}

by Daenel

When it comes to going on adventures, Miss 15 is the ring leader. While the rest of us may be content to kick back and do absolutely nothing for a day, she’s raring to go… And Saturday morning was no exception, at her prodding, the hubs, the girls and I headed out to the Lazy L Safari Park to see the animals…

Lazy L Safari Park Collage

I wasn’t sure what I was expecting, maybe just a few farm animals or something, but I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of animals at the park…

Lazy L Safari Park

Lazy L Safari Park

Lazy L Safari Park

Lazy L Safari Park

The girls were brave and fed the animals…

Lazy L Safari Park

But I was stuck making friends with this little guy. You will never understand how badly I wanted to hold him!

Do you have a favorite animal? Why?

I’m linking up with:

Weekly Kodachrome

Communal Global

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28th May2012

June Photo A Day {Photography}

by Daenel

May’s Photo A Day Challenge was a bust. I’m not even sure when, where or how I fell off the wagon, I just know that I did. But I did enjoy seeing everyone else’s contributions. It really is a lot of fun getting a glimpse into the lives of others. Just seeing what’s going on in other parts of the country and, in some cases, other parts of the world can be so inspiring.

Chantelle at fat mum slim has released her list for the June Photo A Day Challenge, which starts Friday. Will you participate? Leave a comment below letting me know where I can find your pictures, I’d sure love to see them.

Photo A Day June {fat mum slim}

Would you like to participate? Here are the rules:

  • Starting 1 May take a picture using the inspiration from the prompt.
  • Once you’ve taken your photo, share the picture on your blog, Facebook page, Twitter, flickr or other preferred social media page. If you’re sharing on Twitter or Instagram, use the hashtag #photoadayJune so others can find your photos.

If you’d like to see my challenge submissions, please click here.

27th May2012

Scavenger Hunt Sunday {Photography}

by Daenel

Happy Pentecost Sunday! Hope everyone had a great day. Please remember to take time to think about the families of those who’ve lost their lives in the name of freedom. And have a safe and happy Memorial Day.

Now on to my finds for this week’s hunt:

1. Beneath Your Feet

Beneath My Feet

My coffee table, while I kick back, sip coffee and watch TV. This could also be my shot for “currently”… If you’re a shoe girl, consider joining me on Saturdays for Shoe Style Saturday. For more information, click here.

2. Capturing Movement

Capturing Movement

The hubs was a little restless last night, so we drove down to the water front to walk around. I’m glad he made me run back into the house to grab my camera before we left. I think the light reflecting off the railroad tracks demonstrates movement, don’t you? This is pretty much SOOC (I added the watermark).

3. Texture

Texture

The hubs and I took the girls to the Lazy L Safari yesterday and this little guy kept following us around. I think it had something to do with the bag of food Miss 15 was carrying around.

4. Face Your Fears

Face Your Fears

As a result of growing up in Italy and spending a lot of time in Venice, I have an intense fear of birds. And cats. And running out of coffee.

5. Currently

Currently

This picture was taken tonight while I was editing pictures. Notice the ever present coffee mug?

I’m linking up with Ashley at Ramblings and Photos for Scavenger Hunt Sunday. Here are the “rules” if you’d like to join in:Scavenger Hunt Sunday

  1. Take a photo of each prompt {if you have to dig into your archives, it’s OK but the pictures should be relatively new}
  2. Link to the URL of the blog post, not your main blog
  3. Grab the button or text link back to Ramblings and Photos
  4. Visit some of the other participants and leave some comment love

Next week’s prompts {sponsored by Abra at The Magical Miss} are:

  • Shine
  • Fast
  • Left
  • Peace
  • Plain

Have a great week!

26th May2012

Goldy Bronzey Gladiator Sandals {Shoe Style Saturday}

by Daenel

Shoe Style Saturday

Those are my goldy bronzey gladiatoresque shoes. I absolutely adore them. I’ve never owned metallic shoes before, I was never quite sure how to get those silvers and golds to fit into my wardrobe. Of course now I understand that you have to treat metallics like a neutral and let them be your statement piece all at the same time. Such a delicate balance we wanna be Shoe~a~nistas walk! Do you like that word? I made it up.

Shoe Style Saturday Collage

This week was spent trying to find our summer groove. My kids are older so I don’t really have to entertain them much but I don’t want them just sitting around the house on the computer all day either. So I took the girls butterfly hunting at the Conservation Center,we didn’t find any butterflies but we did find some beautiful flowers.

The girls and I also went to the Cape Girardeau Memorial Park because Miss 15 said she saw some peacocks there. I just had to go check it out and, sure enough, there are peacocks living in the cemetery.

On Monday, the hubs and I went and took a tour of the Kent Library on the Southeast Missouri State University campus. Yep, I’m just that kinda girl. There’s just something about libraries that gets me all tingly inside. Oh, I think it’s the fact that all sorts of knowledge reside within those walls.

And yesterday was all about me. I visited the mother ship aka Hobby Lobby and picked up some yarn for a new project that I’m totally stoked about and will share the details of later… Anyway, I’ve been itching to redecorate the house so I’m also keeping my eyes peeled for summery fabrics for throw pillows or wall art.

So that just about wraps up my week…

Where did your shoes take you this week?

To participate in Shoe Style Saturday, all you have to do is:Shoe Style Saturday

  • take a picture of your shoes
  • post them to your blog, flickr or tumblr
  • if you post to Twitter or Instagram, use the hashtag #ShoeStyleSat
  • leave a comment below letting me know you’re linking up
  • visit other participants and leave some comment love

So, come on and show me your femme fatale flats, those sexy stilettos and pin~up peep toes, yes, even your racy runners.

25th May2012

Summer Colors {Photography}

by Daenel

Flower

Right now I’m obsessed with colors. I’m talking about bright colors that scream summer. I think it’s the change of seasons but I really want to update my living room. Right now it’s done in browns with muted creams, greens and burgundies… Nice for fall and winter but for spring and summer not so much.

Do you redecorate seasonally or do you decorate once and let it be?

24th May2012

Peacocks. In a Cemetery. Really? {This or That Thursday}

by Daenel

When Miss 15 told me that she’d gone with some friends to visit the peacocks at the Cape County Memorial Park, I was tad skeeved, slightly intrigued and a little bewildered. Peacocks. In a cemetery. Really?

Yes, really.

Peacocks

Peacocks

Peahen

Peahen

Also, I hope y’all are impressed with me right now considering my intense fear of birds. I don’t care how pretty they are, birds are scary, scary critters. And, as Miss 15 stated, “Those things sound like little old ladies crying out for help.”

Side note, the historian in me had to find out why there are peacocks in the cemetery: A little over 30 years ago, when Ted and Mildred Strom owned the cemetery, her husband and father~in~law thought it’d be nice to have peacocks on the property, so they bought some from a supplier and the birds roamed the property until the highway expanded to four lanes. Now the birds are kept in a pen where they can be fed and viewed during daylight hours.

Are there any unusual things in your neck of the woods?

I’m linking up with Deb of Deb Duty Photography for This or That Thursday.

23rd May2012

Nine {What I Wore Wednesday}

by Daenel

Are You a Shoe Girl?

Please Join Me on Saturday for Shoe Style Saturday!

Shoe Style Saturday is just fun way to share pictures of your shoes. If you plan to link up, leave a comment below and let me know so I can check it out.

For the record, I’m not happy with either of this week’s outfits but in the interest of “keeping it real”, I’m showing them both…

Outfit #1

What I Wore Wednesday

There’s nothing really wrong with the dress, I just don’t like the cami that I wore under it. The contrasting color is fun but there’s just something missing. Maybe a chunkier necklace in black to fill in all the negative space? And the shoes didn’t work either. A very sexy gift from my mother. I think those shoes are just begging for a sleek pencil skirt and with a crisp white shirt.

Outfit #2

What I Wore Wednesday

The only thing I like about this outfit is the green bag. I’ve had that bag for years and almost never carry it. It’s a little more structured than what I usually carry but I remember falling in love with that bright leafy green color.

Hopefully, next week will be better.  Maybe I’ll get some inspiration from you all…

So what did you wear this week? 

I’m linking up with:

Please check them out for more fashion inspiration.

22nd May2012

He Gave Me Life {Faith}

by Daenel

Creation

Sometimes I think what my mirror sees and what my camera sees are two different people. My reflection is always young and smiling, full of energy and ready to take on the day. My photographic image is about 30 lbs overweight with the slightest hint of crows feet forming in the corners of my eyes. I, like most women, pick myself apart, not realizing that when I criticize myself, I’m criticizing my creator. I’m calling into question His handiwork.

Psalm 139:14 says, “I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.”  Emphasis mine. We are unique individuals ~ think of all the people on this planet, how many of them have your fingerprints? Even identical twins have their own fingerprints! How crazy cool is that? How can we not, knowing this, look in the mirror and stare at ourselves in awe and say “God, you did a great job. Thank you.”

So next time you look in the mirror and you start to pick yourself apart, remember you were created in God’s image (Genesis 1:27), so when you criticize yourself, you are criticizing the Almighty Creator.  Whoa, right?

A couple of times a week, I plan to share what I’ve learned from my discussions with the ladies from the Women’s Bible Café and my readings from the book  Knowing God by Name: A Personal Encounter by Mary Kassian. For more information on the study, you can check out the Women’s Bible Cafe on Facebook by clicking here.

I’m linking up with:

20th May2012

Scavenger Hunt Sunday {Photography}

by Daenel

It feels so good to be participating in Scavenger Hunt Sunday again. I haven’t joined in since April. But this week I had some beautiful shots, thanks to a photo walk with my daughter and an impromptu day out with the hubs. Hope you enjoy looking at my finds for this week.

1. Rainbow

Rainbow

I  took this picture during my photo walk with Miss 18. The way the sun was bouncing off the steeple of the church had me mesmerized.  Later, I saw the lens flare and the slightest hint of a rainbow. I hope it counts.

2. Fluffy

Fluffy

Dandelions are fluffy, right? I took this picture of my daughter this week for a post about a visit I received from the Fairy Hobmother. That visit came with a $50 Amazon gift card!

3. Letters

Letters

On Monday I was invited to go out to coffee with a couple of friends of mine to this cool little coffee house called Cup N’ Cork. Love the ambiance of the place and the coffee is delish!

4. Metal

Metal

This was my last day of freedom before those people got out of school for the summer, so the hubs took Friday off and we went on a little adventure. He’s never been to the Bollinger Mill Historic Site and I absolutely love going there, so off we went. It was as if it were meant to be… As many times as I’ve been there, the mill has never been opened for tours, that day it was opened and we were taken on a private tour. You can see the pictures here.

5. Tree(s)

Trees

View of Burfordville from the upstairs window of the Bollinger Mill. Also that lady is a complete stranger, but I couldn’t resist snapping the camera. So worth the restraining order risk…

I’m linking up with Ashley at Ramblings and Photos for Scavenger Hunt Sunday. Here are the “rules” if you’d like to join in:Scavenger Hunt Sunday

  1. Take a photo of each prompt {if you have to dig into your archives, it’s OK but the pictures should be relatively new}
  2. Link to the URL of the blog post, not your main blog
  3. Grab the button or text link back to Ramblings and Photos
  4. Visit some of the other participants and leave some comment lovNext week’s prompts {sponsored by Catherine at No Wooden Spoons} are:
  • Beneath Your Feet
  • Capturing Movement
  • Texture
  • Face Your Fears
  • Currently

Have a great week!

19th May2012

Not My Shoes {Shoe Style Saturday}

by Daenel

Have you ever been out and about and saw someone wearing the most fabulous pair of shoes and thought “Wow! I love those.”? That’s what happened to me the other day when Miss 18 and I were hanging out at the Cup N’ Cork. This lady walked into the coffee house with these beautiful sparkly shoes and I was all “Duuude, those are cute” to my daughter… You guys know I’m attracted to anything shiny. So I walked over to the lady and asked if I could take picture Weird, I know and, not only did she say “Yes” but she totally struck a pose for me.

Sparkly Shoes {Shoe Style Saturday}

As much as I loved those shoes, there’s no way I could wear them without breaking my neck. I also wouldn’t know how to wear them. But this lady totally rocked them with a pair of cuffed jeans and a pale pink belted blouse.

Where did your shoes take you this week?

To participate in Shoe Style Saturday, all you have to do is

  • take a picture of your shoes
  • post them to your blog, flickr or tumblr
  • leave a comment below letting me know you’re linking up
  • visit other participants and leave some comment love

So, come on and show me your femme fatale flats, those sexy stilettos and pin~up peep toes, yes, even your racy runners.

18th May2012

My Last Day of Freedom {Family}

by Daenel

Today was the kids’ last day of school. Insert tears here. Today was also my last day of freedom. Insert wailing and moaning here. The kids will be with me every. Single. Day. For the next 3 months…

Knowing I was dreading my impending loss of freedom, the hubs took today off and declared it “Day of Daenel”. We started the day with breakfast at our favorite diner, Hickory House Restaurant. That was our only plan, we decided to play the rest of our day by ear.

So we hopped in the car and drove down to the Mississippi River. If you’re a regular reader, you know how much I love driving down to the river. It’s so beautiful. You can see some of my pictures from the area by clicking here. But today, we decided to follow the river to the opposite side of where I usually take pictures…

Mississippi River

Is that not the most beautiful view ever?

Mississippi River

See the bridge behind the hubs? That’s where I usually stand and take my pictures, it was so nice to see things from a different vantage point.

After we finished at the Mississippi River, we weren’t quite ready to go home so we walked around the mall for a bit. Then we went to one of my favorite places, the Bollinger Mill so the hubs could see the  Burfordville Covered Bridge.

Bollinger Mill

I absolutely love it out there, but I’ve never been there when the Mill has been opened for tours. Today was our lucky day!

Burfordville Covered Bridge
You can see my pictures of the bridge and from the tour by clicking here.

Are your kids out of school? How will you spend your summer vacation?

17th May2012

Hanging with Miss 18 {This or That Thursday}

by Daenel

Earlier this week, Miss 18 and I decided to go on a photography walk in the historic section of Cape Girardeau. You can see my pictures by clicking on the bold words.  We love it down there because of the old buildings, the views of the Mississippi River and the fabulous antique shops that line the streets… Right now, though, my favorite place is the Cup N’ Cork, a hip coffee house that also serves wine.
Cup N' Cork

I’d visited the Cup N’ Cork earlier with a friend of mine and enjoyed the ambiance, I thought Miss 18 would enjoy it too. I also thought it’d be a nice “thank you” for letting me photograph her…

Miss 18

Miss 18

Miss 18

Miss 18

We had so much fun playing around with different poses and camera angles. Also she’s such a good sport! What you can’t tell from the pictures is that she was being attacked by bugs the size of small birds.

Do you have a favorite place to shoot?

I’m linking up with Deb of deb duty photography for This or That Thursday.

16th May2012

Eight {What I Wore Wednesday}

by Daenel

Are You a Shoe Girl?

Please Join Me on Saturday for Shoe Style Saturday!

Shoe Style Saturday is just fun way to share pictures of your shoes. If you plan to link up, leave a comment below and let me know so I can check it out.

The Joker

So how was your weekend? Mine was nice. I spent Saturday at Six Flags with Miss 15 for her choir concert. They owned it! All three of their choirs earned plaques and Miss 15’s choir did something no other choir from her school has ever done ~ they earned perfect scores across the board from all three judges! You should have heard the squealing on the bus! I think they hit a note that only dogs could hear.

I didn’t take any pictures of what I wore that day but suffice it to say that I was comfortable. I did, however, take pictures on two other days…

What I Wore Wednesday

What I Wore Wednesday

Wednesday was errand day for me. It was also incredibly hot, so I stepped out of my norm and wore a dress {a handkerchief print dress, at that} and a tank top. I almost never go sleeveless but the idea of anything touch me was just too unbearable. I did learn something though, wearing a dress really is just as easy and comfy as throwing on a pair of jeans.

What I Wore Thursday

What I Wore Thursday

I know you’re thinking What? This isn’t what you wore on your trip to Six Flags? Nope. I honestly hadn’t planned to leave the house on Thursday and at the very last minute I had to run out, this was what I had on to kick around the house so… I do like the tee though. Add a coffee cup on it somewhere and you have me to a Tee. Get it? Hahaha

So what did you wear this week?

I’m linking up with:

Please check them out for more fashion inspiration.

15th May2012

I Received a Visit from the Fairy Hobmother

by Daenel

Wish

The hubs likes to say that I carry my own special brand of crazy in a bucket. And that crazy includes a whole lot of skepticism. So when I received an email from the Fairy Hobmother stating that he would like to give me a $50 Amazon Gift Voucher because I “deserved something special” in my inbox, my spidey senses immediately started tingling. Being the good librarian that I am, I used my impeccable research skills to find out about this “Fairy Hobmother” and try to figure out the catch…

It seems the Fairy Hobmother dispenses gifts to bloggers in exchange for them mentioning him and linking to his business, Appliances Online. So, basically, this is a paid link exchange. I’m not really sure how well this pans out for him but it is genius marketing. Or, at the very least, it’s better than those random email that I sometimes receive asking to do a link exchange for nothing.

Anyway, the Fairy Hobmother will continue to sprinkle fairy dust across Bloggy Land as long as bloggers continue to work with him. If you’d like to be considered for a visit, all you have to do is leave your wish below in the comments section. If you wish, you can also follow the Fairy Hobmother on Twitter.

Disclosure: I received a $50 Amazon Gift Voucher in exchange for this post.

14th May2012

My Last Week of Freedom {Family}

by Daenel

This is my last week of freedom. On Friday those people will be out of school for the entire summer. I’ve enjoyed my time alone…

Mississippi River

freedom to wander about…

Coffee at Cup N' Cork

enjoy coffee with friends…

Breakfast with the Hubs

hang with the hubs on his days off…

Grass Polaroid Vintage Barn Texture

sit in the grass and soak up the sun…

Now that time will be interrupted by “Mom, I’m bored!” or “Mom, I’m hungry!”

So I’ll spend my last week of freedom just being in the moment and trying not to think about them.

How will you spend your last week of freedom?

13th May2012

Happy Mother’s Day

by Daenel

Mom with the Three of Us

One of my mother’s favorite sayings is “Give me my flowers while I’m still living.” Meaning, don’t celebrate me and talk about how much you love me after I’m gone, tell me now while I can appreciate it.  I used to think that was such a hard thing to say until my father passed away a few years ago and I wrote a post about how much I loved him and would miss him.  Seriously, it’s so much easier to tell people you love them while they’re still with you and it’s better for the soul.  So, Mom, here are your flowers…

My sisters and I were raised in church.  In fact, we used to joke that when we were released from the hospital our first stop was the church.  Which really isn’t that far from the truth since we had to pass by the church to get to our apartment.  Anyway, suffice it to say, we were in church a lot.  During my early years, I thought everyone was in church 5 to 6 days out of the week, it wasn’t until my teen years that I realized we were, um, different.  That was also when I began to resent all the time spent sitting on those hard pews.

I wanted to be like the other kids in school ~ go to dances, attend parties, hang out at the clubs, listen to Michael Jackson or Prince, anything but gospel, but Mom wouldn’t let us.  Nope, we had to have ourselves dressed and ready for that 2 hour drive to church every Sunday morning and a couple of times during the week.  Yes, our church was 2 hours away from our house.  Do you know how hard it was to do homework in a moving vehicle?

As I grew older, I strayed from the path that she had set me on, I even tested pushed jumped way over the boundaries when I lived at home.  How she survived me, I’ll never know! But now that I’m older and have children of my own, I understand what she was doing and I truly appreciate it.

CarnationMom, if you’re reading this, and I know you are because all moms read their childrens’ blogs don’t they, I want to thank you for the nights you spent listening to me as I recited the books of the Bible for Sunday school.  Had to earn that penny candy from Elder Osbourn.  I want to thank you for the hours that you spent praying that I would survive whatever craziness I had gotten myself into that day.  Remember the celebratory phone call on my 21st birthday because everyone was soooo happy/surprised that I made it?  But, most of all, I just want to thank you for helping me to learn the meaning of God’s love.

11th May2012

How to Pin Photographs from Flickr to Pinterest {Photography}

by Daenel

I don’t know about you, but I’m obsessed with Pinterest. Seriously, there’s nothing I enjoy more than curling up with my iPad, a cup of coffee and a prepped and ready pinning finger. I pin stuff to try, stuff to wear, stuff to eat and stuff that makes me laugh. I also like to pin photography tips and pretty pictures. In fact, there’ve been times when I’ve been on flickr and tried to use my “Pin It” button to pin something only to be rejected because of copyright and attribute issues.

Apparently, I’m not the only one who has wanted to share my photographic finds because Pinterest and Flickr worked together to enable pinners to pin photographs and retain the original attribution to the photographer.

To pin from Flickr, just do the following:

1. Go to Flickr and find a pretty picture. I’m going to use one of my own for demonstration purposes. Besides, I am my biggest fan

Photograph and Pin It Button

If you don’t have the “Pin It” button saved to your toolbar, just go here to download it.

2. When you get to this screen, select “Pin This”

Pinterest and Pin This

This is your last chance to back out.

3. Select your board

Select Your Board

Add some descriptive terms to your pin. For example, I let everyone know that I edited my photograph using textures from The Coffee Shop Blog.

4. Your shiny new pin

Flickr Pin on Pinterest

See the little Flickr icon? Not only does it let everyone know that your pin came from Flickr, it also links to the original photograph on Flickr.

Other pinning tips for photographers and bloggers:

  • Watermark your photographs. Even though the pin links to your original photograph, watermarking is a nice way to get your information out there. For watermarking how~tos, go here.
  • Drive traffic to your blog through Pinterest. Don’t simply self~promote, encourage others, create interesting boards and people will want to find out more about you. For more tips, go here.

Do you use Pinterest? Are you a photographer on Flickr? How do you feel about people being able to pin your photos?

10th May2012

Coffee Love {This or That Thursday}

by Daenel

While taking pictures for this week’s May Photo~A~Day Challenge, I noticed something, I take a lot of pictures of coffee.

This week, my obsession seemed to be coffee beans…

Coffee Beans

There’s something about the smoothness of the beans…

Coffee Beans

The richness of the browns…

Coffee Beans

Yep, I love all the things about coffee…

Coffee Beans

Collage Layout Courtesy of Ginger Pixel

But, mostly, I love the taste…

Coffee

What are you obsessed with this week?

I’m linking up with Deb of deb duty photography for This or That Thursday.

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