Sometimes I steal my husband’s favourite mug.
I drink my coffee out of his Harley-Davidson cup just because I like it. It’s the perfect size for my morning coffee, and has a nice, smooth handle.
It makes me think of him, too, when he’s not here. It also reminds me of rides on his bike in the summer. (And anything that reminds me of summer is a good thing.)
And now I’ll go heat my coffee in my husband’s mug since it’s gone cold while I’ve been writing…
I know I’ve posted about coffee and chocolate before, but I just can’t get enough.
Especially when the chocolate is yummies. You know, the round ones with all the rainbow candies on top? The perfect mix of melt-in-your-mouth and little gritty bits.
(When I was pregnant, I subsisted on these!)
With a cup of coffee, they are a happy little treat. (They just look sort of cheerful, don’t they?)
Sometimes the moment I appreciate is a good meal.
Fresh eggs from my sister’s farm, crispy bacon, buttered toast, and a cup of steaming coffee.
I could happily have breakfast three times a day.
I just snapped this photo for this week’s photo challenge…
Every morning, before the kids are up, I sit at my computer with my coffee. It is my quiet way to start the day. I check the weather, my emails, and yes, Facebook. It is also when I write my blog, and work on other writing.
Waking up is better with coffee.
I set my alarm each morning, early, so I can get up ahead of everyone and have my quiet cup. Taking that first sip starts my day on a happy note.
I savour it so long, I usually have to reheat it in the microwave several times before it’s gone!
My favourite coffee in my favourite mug = many happy morning moments!
(Mug by Branches Pottery – thanks, Sarah!)
I set my alarm for 6:00 am, every day. Even in the summer.
I do this for a few reasons: To get the most out of my day, to write, and because I love mornings. I especially love quiet mornings, before the kids are up and there are things to do, places to go. If I’m lucky, I get an hour; sometimes, I might get fifteen minutes. Today is especially quiet.
Just me, my coffee, and my thoughts.