Hello, friends! Are you still too stuffed from the Thanksgiving holiday to sit and chat over a cup of coffee? Continue reading “Saturday Morning Coffee”
I don’t have buyer’s remorse because I don’t regret buying anything. However, I do wonder if I bought the right things. Continue reading “Monday Morning Grievance: Buyer’s Doubt”
Grab a mug and a slice of leftover pie, and let’s get caught up on the week. Continue reading “Saturday Morning Coffee”
Black Friday shopping has become a tradition for Krystal and me. Since early this afternoon we’ve been in line waiting for stores to open, namely Target, and our goal is to get 99% of our Christmas shopping done over the course of Thursday night and Friday morning. Continue reading “Happy Black Friday”
Today the United States observes Thanksgiving. Facebook and Twitter abound with family pictures and lists of blessings. While I’m thankful for these things, I’m also thankful for things of a more literary nature. Things like
Whether they’re medieval illuminated manuscripts, first-edition hardcovers, well-worn paperbacks, or digitized e-books, there’s nothing quite like the printed word. From Dante to Luther to Lewis to Bradbury to Pratchett, I’m thankful for the worlds books open and the ideas they offer.
Especially high-quality parchment paper. If you haven’t had the joy of writing on paper made specifically for the written word, you’re missing out. Yes, it’s expensive. Some might even say cost-prohibitive. But there’s a time and a place for everything, so splurge just once and see what you’re missing.
Do I really need to explain this one?
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with a good scented candle. My all-time favorite is the Edgar Allen Poe candle offered by Paddywax.It’s simply the perfect candle for relaxing with a good book or perfecting that manuscript. For maximum effectiveness, combine it with
Yes, I’m addicted and no, I don’t care. I simply
adore love exist on coffee.
What are you thankful for?