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November 17, 2010


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What more could a person ask for. LOL! Enjoy your day.


What a great way to start your day. ;)


Mmmmm minty. :-) Sounds perfect to me.

Shady Gardener

I can see I'd better try coffee again... ;-) Btw: Do you share your pumpkin bread recipe? It looks delicious! This was a great day, here, too. (I'm getting ready for our two families' visit this weekend!!) Yea!


Oooo, pumpkin bread is dangerous. :)

I can't think of a better way to start the day than coffee and pumpkin bread. And lovely weather too! You asked about the weather here -- 30's at night, 60's during the day. It couldn't be better, really. I just wish winter was like that too. lol

I hope you had a great rest of the day too!


Oh my gosh - mint coffee, pumpkin bread, a gorgeous blue jay and sunshine. You MUST have had a great day with that start!


That creamer looks good. I always like trying new flavors and would rather drink my own coffee with a flavored creamer than go to Starbucks. I don't think we have Dunkin donuts here :(
Sounds like you have the perfect weather to enjoy the outdoors from inside. I think next week we'll be having similar weather. This weekend they're still talking snow.

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