Weekend Coffee Share – Feb 10

Come and sit and let’s chat! I have a large cup of dark roast black coffee this morning. It is chilly this morning and I am sleepy.

If we were having coffee, I would tell you I am participating in the #write28days blogging challenge. Today’s word is SUPPOSE. This word causes me to formulate a list of questions.

Suppose I start the GATHERINGs – what would happen? Would I keep them going? Would it become a business? Would I foster friendships that would last forever?

Suppose I recognize my skills and be confident and just do it?

Suppose I don’t start the group? Would I regret it?

Suppose it would be more fun to plan the gatherings than actually deploy them?

I am still pondering and planning over here.

If we were having coffee I would tell you it is back to winter temps again here – I cannot resist talking about the weather at least a little. It was around 12 degrees F the last couple of days. It was sunny yesterday with a little bit of flurries in the morning which always makes me happy.

If we were having coffee, I would tell you I went to a Buddhist center yesterday which hosted my writer retreat. I sat in the library just off the meditation room all day. I learned a lot about my novel and my process. I have a plan now as to how to move forward. I made some strong connections with other writers as well. I was also reminded that I need to not make assumptions about anyone’s process. I was surprised several times yesterday.

If we were having coffee, I would tell you I have a busy week at work. I am trying to positively frame it…

If we were having coffee I would tell you I enjoyed my training on Friday. You can read about the library of stories here.

Please share something wonderful with me from your week and the drink you have!

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15 thoughts on “Weekend Coffee Share – Feb 10

  1. Pingback: 28 Day Blogging Challenge Landing Page – Tammy's Reading/Writing Life

  2. It took a LOT of hot chocolate to get through this week in my house. I am in total “conquer my fears” mode, so I hope you do start that group! (says the person who doesn’t have to do the work to make it happen…) I hope I can build up a writing routine as strong as yours someday!

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    • Liked the comment. I have to say that I also need my overcoming mode as soon as possible because I am an artistic kind of person and sometimes is little bit hard to breakout of comfort zone and distribute my work.

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  3. Coffee is my thing even though I try to not regularly have it. I feel like I’m an introvert so inviting just one or two friends over for cup of coffee makes me to be able to connect with them and talk about whatever I feel like I need to express.

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  4. I’m having my usual cappuccino from the only decent coffee vending machine at work now and enjoying catching up on blogs during my coffee break😊☕️
    I had a fun and hectic last week, attending a wedding at my home town. Now it’s back to checking and working on piles of emails and attending tons of meetings..

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  5. I’m drinking my usual half/caff hazelnut that my husband claims is the best coffee ever. Personally, I suspect he picked it up from the kids, saying, “But you make it better than I do!” as a way to make sure he (they) never have to do it. ~grin~ My best thing from the past week was meeting my late friend, Jane’s, brother and friends for our monthly lunch in her memory. We went to a Thai restaurant–UM, YUM!

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