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  • So What's In Your Coffee Cup?

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    9 posts, 7 voices, 938 views, started Nov 4, 2012

    Posted on Sunday, November 4, 2012 by Denise Richardson

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      Good Morning. Today for me will be filled with fun and the love of family, we‘re having guest over for dinner today my hubby will be the host and of course I’m assisting him in his meal planning. Enjoy your day!

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          Tuliplady wrote Nov 4, 2012
        • My coffee cup is full of tired because I had the big full of love and laughter family thing last night.  

          It was awesome having all the kids and their S/O here.  But, I told the youngest daughter and son that they cannot have a boyfriend or girlfriend before I get a bigger table, because there is just no room!  LOL!

          And while I may be tired, I’m at least not hung over like I’m pretty sure a couple of the kids are.



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          Vikki Hall wrote Nov 5, 2012
        • My cup is full of happiness..... I’m on my 3rd day off in a row and getting things done around the house estatic
          I’ve done a bit of Christmas/ housewarming shopping for my daughter in Michigan. She has lived on her since 18 but now she is venturing into living alone for the first time.  So I’m trying to make her home as nice as I can for her.



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          Nathalie Girard wrote Nov 6, 2012
        • My cup is full of wonderful memories and reunions with far away friends. I love my life isolated in the mountains but my years living in Istanbul where some of the most excıtıng ones. It’s nice being back here to visit, seeing old friends, walking down streets I use to know by heart. Loving every mınute of it!- and also having access to a great internet line!estatic



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          Cynthia Schmidt wrote Nov 6, 2012
        • Today is Tuesday and my coffee cup is filled with extra time - we have the day off from school! Our campus is a polling place so the college is closed for classes today. I will, however, be studying all day but at least I can do it without getting in the car and driving downtown.



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          Nita P wrote Nov 7, 2012
        • house tidying, busy day tomorrow Friday 9th Nov.



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          Kmarie wrote Nov 8, 2012
        • My coffee cup is full of feeling thankful. thankful of all that i have accomplished this week, good friends, great co-workers, just great all around



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          Nita P wrote Nov 9, 2012
        • sat 10th nov - shopping, beginning to prepare the house for christmas - everything to be aired, washed, put in its right place and those things no longer used much thrown out



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          Tuliplady wrote Nov 10, 2012
        • My cup tonight is full of gratitude.  God was so visibly at work in my life today it was AMAZING.

          I promised a freind of mine I would help with his auction.  But when I heard the weather reports yesterday, I texted him and said if it was icy, I wouldn’t be going because it’s a 90 mile drive.  I woke up this morning and looked at the thermometer.  40 degrees, so all systems Go.   Arrived at the auction barn to find them very short handed and desperately needing me.  

          By the time I came home, the weather was taking a turn for the worse, but at the very time where I began to be nervous about road conditions, God put a big Suburban in front of me, and I followed it at safe sensible speeds all the way to my exit.  When we hit the icy patches, they had already slowed down, thus I slowed down, so we went safely across them.

          I now know that not only do guardian angels drive yellow dodge challengers, and Cenex trucks, they also drive black Suburbans.



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