#LastNightInSweden


Welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare. Yes, I have been absent from both the coffee share and the blogosphere due to this pesky lil thing called Real Life, but thought it would be best to reappear online to let my online friends know that I am alive and well.

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If we were having coffee I would tell you that the decision to reappear online is due to an incident that happened in real life, I am sure the news about the terrible, terrible terrorist incident that happened #LastNightInSweden has reached you. I mean, it was huge, believe me. Sweden! Who would believe this! Sweden!

If we were having coffee I would tell you that I live so close to Sweden. So close. I can spit over to Sweden. I’m the only one that lives this close to Sweden. I know Swedes, I know more Swedes than anyone in the world.

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Yes, it was terrible, it was a new Bowling Green Massacre. Only in Sweden. It was huge. It is a mess. Who would believe this! And the fake media is not reporting this!

What really happened was that the Swedish population all had healthcare and great education, paid vacation and maternity leave, democracy and freedom. There was no incident linked to terrorism in Sweden, just like there was no Bowling Green Massacre. And I am sorry to tell my American friends this, but your president is a liar, a narcissistic proto-fascist, and to top it all off: dumb as a brick.

#JeSuisSweden #NeverRemember #SwedenIncident #BowlingGreenMasscre #IdiotInChief

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Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise, here are my last five:

What it means…

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Haunt much?

Most of the time

… So Tired!

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Identifying my superpower


A recurring question for the various awards that I have encountered in my blogging experience is “If you could choose one Superpower to master – what would it be?” To which I always answer atomic manipulation. Don’t you see? That is the perfect superpower! With atomic manipulation, you can change anything into anything, including yourself! There is no superpower that can beat that, how tempting isn’t that?! X-ray vision ain’t gonna cut it! Flying? Strength? Heck no! They can’t hold a candle to atomic manipulation.

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Unfortunately, atomic manipulation is not my superpower, but I am curious of what my superpower might be. As we have started a new year, I guess the thing to do is to go over last year’s statistics and try to make sense of it. Perhaps my superpower is buried in statistics. There will be two lists, as I am a bilingual blogger. I would like to call myself a polyglot, but I’m not quite there. I guess that would be a nice superpower, when I can’t have atomic manipulation, I mean…

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Well, let’s consider my stats then. The top 15 are Norwegian recipes, which is not surprising as I only do food blogging in Norwegian. Also, not surprising that the Norwegian recipes are on top, as I have a couple of venues to promote my recipe-posts. Thus, I can’t draw the conclusion that recipes in Norwegian is my superpower. Here they are with their English versions listed below in case any of my English-speaking readers would like to check out my top 5 posts:

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# 1, my potato salad

This was a result of perfect timing, yanno a great BBQ-side at the start of summer and BBQ-season. You just can’t go wrong with that one!

Norwegian: Verdens beste potetsalat

English: The world’s best potato salad!

last-ned-1# 2 The oyster sauce

I am not sure why this one made such high numbers. I guess the recipe intrigued and resonated with the Norwegians – like it did me! This is one of my fav recipes!

Norwegian: Svinemørbrad i Østerssaus

English: Pork Tenderloin in Oyster sauce

# 3 Cream Puffs

This is a very, very long rant on how I failed making cream puffs first time I tried it. It’s quite a witty text, and I think the reason it did so well was because I posted it in the Facebook group where it happened, so to say.

Norwegian: Verdens Lengste Vannbakkelsoppskrift

English: The world’s Longest Cream Puffs Recipe

# 4 Sandwich cake

This is the recipe I get the most hits on from search monitors, months after the initial marketing of the post.

Norwegian: Smørgåstårta (smørbrødkake)

English: Sandwich-cake (Smørgåstårta)

# 5 Autumn food

Again, timing plays a role. Promoting recipes for comforting autumn-food at the beginning of autumn, seriously, it can’t fail!

Norwegian: Beef and Guinness Stew (Norsk)

English: Beef and Guinness Stew (English)

The top 5 (well, top 15, really) has everything to do with marketing and timing. It has nothing to do with any superpowers. You see, if I find similar venues to promote my English posts, I am sure I will match the numbers for the English posts. Lets look into them anyways:

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# 1: My hometown

This was shared on Facebook by the storeowner I write about in this post. Her friends got curious and clicked the link. Again, how the post is promoted plays a huge role.

Stavanger, forever in my heart

# 2: Surprising current event

I don’t think this one needs any explanation, it is timing all over again.

Brexit Tea

images# 3: Funny recurring post (coffeeshare)

I had built a reader-base for my coffee shares over 3 months, and this post got lots of extra shares because the regular coffee crew liked it.

The Nerve!

# 4: Personal recurring post (coffeeshare)

This one baffles me. It’s not really funny, although there is a feeble attempt at a joke at the end, but it’s a personal post, in which I don’t really say anything. It wasn’t promoted in any special way. I don’t get it. Is this really what you guys like to read?

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# 5: Travel post with fab pics

I think this reached such high ranking because I have entered several Weekly Photo Challenges on the Daily Post. It has sort of accumulated the views over time.

Geiranger, Norway

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I think it is safe images-1to draw the conclusion that the stats won’t reveal my superpower. This trip into stats did reveal a big problem though; I have no idea how to promote my English posts. I have the content, I have loads of it. I have loads of it coming as well, that’s not the problem. The problem is promoting the blog, especially the English posts. If any of you marketing
mavericks and those whose superpower is blog-promotion, feel inclined to drop a few links of venues where I can promote my blog, I’ll be most grateful.

Oh, after all this bopping around in stats, NOW it hits me! I finally understand my superpower:

I make wine disappear! What is your superpower?

Halloween-smiles


14917267_10154344610811622_2277339575043380159_oThis past week there has been alot of smiles. Of course, Halloween being the reason for many of the smiles in my household. Halloween is not really a Norwegian or Danish thing, but it is getting more and more common. Of course there are valid arguments on both sides of whether or not we should import traditions from abroad. I guess I have landed on the pro-Halloween side, because I do not think it hurts anyone to dress up and have a little fun. To hand out some lollipops while complementing the fantastic costumes is not what I consider a nuance – but rather fun. It’s not like you are being bludgeoned to hand out candy. Unfortunately, they had terrible weather this year for trick or treat. Of course, Old Mamasan made Pumpkin pie, and the Karate Kid did a fantastic job decorating, don’t you think?

Tivoli in Copenhagen takes it all out for Halloween, and it is so much fun! This year, we went twice! Actually, the Kid went three times, as he went with the people from church on Sunday, in addition to the two times with us. We all just love seeing the decorations and the lights. I hope the pics convey some of the ambiance and god times this time of year in Tivoli. Of course it is pure chaos in Tivoli in the weekends, so do yourself a favor and visit on the weekdays.

(Those of you who notice that Sir Nerdalot is looking a tad less fuzzy in some of the pics, yes, he shaved for Movember and is now growing a stache :-))

Oh, another reason for me to smile is that I have finally got an idea for my NaNoWriMo-book. It might not be a great idea – but it is an idea, no matter how crappy 🙂

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I am joining the #WeeklySmile bunch, as I wholeheartedly agree with the host, Trent, that we need some positive posts in between all the serious stuff in the news and on the web. Give someone a smile today, and see what happens!

Care to join us at the #WeeklySmile ? Then go to Trent’s World  and join the LINK UP!

Older entries in the #WeeklySmile:

Spanish Smiles

Bliss

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Connect


I want to use this picture as an illustration of the word «Connect». The picture is of an old salvaged wreck of a Viking ship (you can see them at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, Denmark).

This ship represents a connection in a historic sense; it connects us today with people that lived a thousand years before us.

It also represents a connection in a practical and sociable sense; it connects shores, countries, continents… and people.

Isn’t that a rather nice thought?

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Graceful

Light


“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.” ― Francis of Assisi

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I would like to thank Michelle Mac (Southern by design) for thinking of me as a prospective participant in the «3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge». Michelle not only masters the art of poetry, but also writes really good thought provoking personal pieces. She has also been known to snap some really good photos! So don’t hang around here – go check her out!

Let me talk you through the rules of the challenge:

  1. Three quotes for three days.
  2. Three nominees each day (no repetition).
  3. Thank the person who nominated you.
  4. Inform the nominees.

Day 3 Nominees:

I urge you all to check them out, you will not be disappointed!

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The Doc’s in!


1-14390988_10154225203726622_5985358527453009845_nGood morning and welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare! I am so excited that I will probably start yappin’ right away and totally forget to offer you coffee or whatever beverage you would like. I hope you are not the type of person who is so timid that you starve in front of the breadbox, but instead would tell me that “Yo Mamasan! Shut your pie-hole and get me some coffee, and some biscuits would be nice too!”

If we were having coffee, I would apologize for being so dimwitted that I totally forgot my manners (I swear, I do have manners – I just don’t use them very often…), and once you have a cup-full and a plate-full of goodies in front of you I’d probably just pick up the ranting right away.

I saw this really cool post over at The Stationary Geekette,   Confessions Of… Autumn Bucket List. Now, looks like they have some sort of recurring share over there, might be something to look into if you are into recurring linkups like the #WeekendCoffeeShare. Anyways, she shares her Autumn Bucket List, and I will not reveal the whole list, its better you pay her a visit and read it yourself. Let’s just say that she has some awesome things on her list. Hot chocolate would be one, and that one is going on mine as well. Now, we are not talking about the puny watered-down cocoa BS, we are talking real hot chocolate so rich, so sugary, so creamy, that you’d need an insulin shot and an immediate unclogging of arteries before you reach the bottom of your mug. We do not muck about when it comes to hot chocolate!

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Another thing she has on her list is to see a movie that she has a tradition of enjoying every autumn, and I get this. I really do. Fall is a perfect time for letting oneself be entertained by the idiot-box, and I also have movies that I see many times – because they are that good! And this, THIS (jumping up and down) is what I am all excited about! I am going to get my Doc on! Yesterday, this bundle of joy of a Doctor was delivered to my door. Never has a delivery man looked more beautiful than when he handed me the shipment containing my beloved Doc.

1-658a4d7c95f2936fd58fadd1f1cd2777Yea, I can see the puzzled look in your eyes, you are wondering if I have lost it completely. Gone bonkers. Two cans short of a six pack. Need a checkup from the neck up. Mad as a hatter. Insane in the membrane. Bat-shit crazy.  Nuckin’ Futz.  Have a screw loose. More cuckoo than a clock factory. Wigged out. One fry short of a Happy Meal. Well, I feel fine, and with the Karate Kid away with friends, and Sir Nerdalot tucked away in his Man Cave, I get sole control of the TV! So I will definately be gettin’ my Doc on! We are of course talking about the best TV-series ever! Doc Martin! What? You have never seen it? Seriously, what is wrong with you?

Doc Martin is a British TV-series starring Martin Clunes as Doc Martin. The good Doc is a brilliant vascular surgeon who develops haemophobia, the fear of blood. His condition is rather counterproductive for his job as a surgeon, so he obtains a post of the sole GP in a small and sleepy Cornish village, Portwenn, where he has to interact with a lot of funny and weird characters. To top it all off – the good Doc is extremely grouchy, pugnacious and in complete lack of social skills, and his direct and blunt responses is leaving quite a few of his patients perplexed. Now, you can imagine the dialogue that goes on in this series, it is hilarious!

Let’s see a few examples together:

Did you notice the scenery when the vid started? This series is filmed in the village of Port Isaac, Cornwall, England (check  THIS LINK for info and stunning pics.) I guess it goes without saying that Cornwall in general and Port Isaac in particular have been on my Travel Bucket List for some time. And as I see the series again, I guess it will be moving higher and higher på on that list.

Now you know how I will be spending my cold and rainy autumn evenings, yup, I will be all cuddled up in soft, warm, fuzzy blankets, with a mug full of hot chocolate, while enjoying seven full seasons of Doc Martin!

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As I intend my Coffee Shares to be on the funnier side of things, I will give you some funny dialogue from Doc Martin. Enjoy!


Patient: And you reckon these will work, do you?

Doc Martin: No – I just prescribe them for fun.


Doc Martin: What do you want Adrian?

Adrian: I want you to put in a word for me with Chris Parsons. You see, Faulkner is about to move on.

Doc Martin: And you’re ready to step up?

Adrian: Yes, but I’m getting some resistance from Chris Parsons. Since you two are mates I wondered if you might give him a call.

Doc Martin: I’ve spoken to Chris. He rang me. He thinks you’re an arse. I think you’re an arse too. Enjoy your weekend.

[Adrian storms out]

Doc Martin: Arse.


Bert: Son, I know it’s your phone bill and you’ve got your own money coming in, but those mobile phones damage your head membranes.

Al: Dad, I’ve got Bluetooth.

Bert: There you go, exactly my point.


Elaine: I’m sorry. I cannot tolerate imbeciles.

Doc Martin: Elaine, when we agreed you’d start at 8.30 you did realize I meant a.m.

Elaine: Buying biscuits at the supermarket, right, and this bimbo won’t let me through on six items or less. All baps up to here and stick-on nails she was. Get this –

[imitates the check-out girl]

Elaine: «Sorry. Six items or less».

Doc Martin: And you had?

Elaine: 20, but that’s not the point.


Doc Martin: Bert, it’s been a long day. Take two aspirin and insult me in the morning.

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Joan: Look, Marty, you do realize that the villagers are dusting off their pitchforks, don’t you?

Doc Martin: Yes. Exactly how many generations ago did the inbreeding start with these people?


Doc Martin: Can you give me his phone number then, please?

Pauline: No. Don’t have it.

Doc Martin: Remind me what your job is again?

Pauline: He didn’t leave a number. He left in a rush, looking like a frightened rabbit. Like all your patients, actually.


Louisa: I got involved in a surfing club of all things. I think what clinched it was the kids saying I’m too old.

Doc Martin: Nonsense. People of all ages go surfing.

Louisa: You should come along. It’d be nice to see you out of that suit and in a wet… suit…


Elaine: How come you never asked me out, then?

Al: Well, there was you and Greg.

Elaine: Also, you were a bit of a non.


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Doc Martin


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Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise:

Fall Folly

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An Irishman goes into a bar…

Once in a lifetime

Sausage much?

Brexit explained

The Nerve!

Brexit Tea

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Trouble is my middle name

We should not sleep away the summer night

Diet much?

Wolf Whistle much?

An eggy conundrum

Happy Mother’s Day!

#WeekendCoffeeShare

Nice to meet you

Coffee and taxes

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On the verge of catastrophe!


I am fully aware that I have praised autumn in a couple previous posts (you can read them here and here), but I have to say that there is a terrible down side to fall as well:

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65832195As of right now, The Karate Kid has a cold, and I am catering to his every need to keep the Man Flu at bay. I am hoping that he is too young to develop a full-fledged Man Flu, and that it – at worst – will stop at Teenager Flu. The Kid is drinking liter after liter of Old Mamasan’s miracle remedy against sore throats, runny noses, watery eyes, weak knees, fevers and the plague:

Get your kettle out. Put in a couple bags of strong, black tea (we prefer English Breakfast Tea), a good dollop of honey, half an orange (wash it so you can keep the peel on), one peppermint drop, and then you pour over your boiling water. Let sit for a couple minutes and then drink it. It even tastes good!

(For adults I recommend topping the tea off with a splash of whiskey or cognac. The booze doesn’t help one bit, but it makes it fun to be sick.)

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The big challenge is to isolate Sir Nerdalot from the cold virus, because he will definitely, without a doubt, develop a full-fledged Man Flu! We are, in other words, we are on the precipice of catastrophe here, and the world as we know it will cease to exist. He will be shivering in pain and fever, he will have out-of-body experiences every time he sneezes, he will be whiney and feel terribly sorry for himself. We all know how it goes, right?

Sir Nerdalot is henceforth banished to isolation in the Man Cave – where he will stay until the Karate Kid is completely free from cold symptoms. I will go to the store tomorrow and stock up on cognac in case the Nerd catches the Man Flu despite strict isolation. I am going to need triple shots in my tea if he gets sick…

Booze is the answer. I don’t remember the question.

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Fall Folly


Good morning and welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare!

If we were having coffee, I would tell you that we had a great weekend in Dublin last weekend, and that we are definitely going back – for a longer time. We definitely need to see more of that country. The Irish are very friendly and welcoming people. There will be a post or two later on – I did snap some really great pictures!

14188246_10154187209661622_2272277503708969089_oIf we were having coffee, I would like to point out that this summer went by way too fast. There must be some mistake? Well, in all fairness – every summer goes by fast. This summer we have explored a little bit of Denmark, and that has been great. Maybe that is why I feel summer goes by way faster than the other seasons? I am out and about more, and do fun and interesting things? (OK, now it sounds like I’m bored to death he rest of the year – which I certainly am not) But – summer does fly by!

If we were having coffee, we might touch into the topic of the season we just entered into, at least according to the calendar… I do like the fall with evenings getting darker, and the foliage and the excuse to burn candles. I also like harvest season, wearing boots, and sitting indoors with my book while the storm is raging outside my window. Hunting and slaughter season also gives some really good yummies in my tummy.  What’s not to love about that?

If we were having coffee, I would make sure I get in some really bad autumn-jokes:

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  • Q: What did the tree say to autumn?
  • A: leaf me alone.

 

  • Q: What did one autumn leaf say to another?
  • A: I’m falling for you.

 

  • Q: Why do the Boston Red Sox fans love autumn?
  • A: Because watching the leaves fall reminds them of the Yankees.

 

  • Q: How do you fix a broken pumpkin?
  • A: With a pumpkin patch

 

  • Q: What is the cutest season?
  • A: Awwtumn.

 

  • Q: What’s the ratio of a pumpkin’s circumference to its diameter?
  • A: Pumpkin Pi

 

  • Q: What do you give to a pumpkin who is trying to quit smoking?
  • A: A pumpkin patch!

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  • Q: How do fall leaves get from place to place?
  • A: With autumn-mobiles.

 

  • Q: How does an Elephant get out of a tree?
  • A: Sits on a leaf and waits till Autumn!

 

  • Q: What did a tree fighting with autumn say?
  • A: That’s it, i’m leaving.

 

  • Q: What is a tree’s least favorite month?
  • A: Sep-timber!

Do you have any other really bad autumn-jokes to share with me? The cornier, the better!

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Care to join us at the #WeekendCoffeeShare ? Then go to  Parttime Monster Blog and join the link up!

Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise:

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An Irishman goes into a bar…

Once in a lifetime

Sausage much?

Brexit explained

The Nerve!

Brexit Tea

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Trouble is my middle name

We should not sleep away the summer night

Diet much?

Wolf Whistle much?

An eggy conundrum

Happy Mother’s Day!

#WeekendCoffeeShare

Nice to meet you

Coffee and taxes

read my blog

 

An Irishman goes into a bar…


Good morning and welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare!

If we were having coffee, I would tell you that I have had a limited online presence lately, and I surely hope y’all have missed me immensely! (If not – then what is the point of this whole blog endeavor?) 

If we were having coffee, I would tell you about the birthday gift Sir Nerdalot and I gave each other (we both turn a year older and greyer in the summer) this year: a romantic weekend in Dublin, Ireland.

1-14068308_10154165791501622_6611740860291124240_nIf we were having coffee, we wouldn’t! Because we are strolling the sidewalks of Dublin this weekend, so we would be having Guinness and Uisce Beatha (the Gaelic term for whiskey, translates to “water of life”). If you must have coffee, then it would have to be an Irish Coffee, after all – only Irish Coffee provides in a single glass all four essential food groups: Alcohol, Caffeine, Sugar and Fat. Also, it would leave a twinkle in your eyes.

 

If we were having coffee Guinness, I would promise to take lots of pictures, and put them on my blog. And I will. I just want to finish the Roskilde Cathedral-series before I put up posts from our visit to Dublin.

If we were having coffee Guinness, I would tell you a «An Irishman goes into a bar»joke:

An Irishman goes into a bar in America and orders three whiskeys. The barman asks: «Would it be better for if I put all three shots in one glass?»

The Irishman replies: «No! I have two other brothers back at home, so every time I come into a pub, I order a shot for them both.»

The following week, the Irishman orders just two whiskeys.

The barman asks: «Did something happen one of your brothers?» «Oh no,» replies the Irishman. «I just decided to quit drinking!»

 

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Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise:

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Sausage much?

Brexit explained

The Nerve!

Brexit Tea

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Trouble is my middle name

We should not sleep away the summer night

Diet much?

Wolf Whistle much?

An eggy conundrum

Happy Mother’s Day!

#WeekendCoffeeShare

Nice to meet you

Coffee and taxes

read my blog

 

Once in a lifetime


Good morning and welcome to this week’s #WeekendCoffeeShare!

FB_IMG_1468858471973I think I missed last week – oops! Don’t you just hate it when real life interferes with your online time? Truth is, I have been busy doing a whole lotta nothin’! With temperatures close to 30 degrees, the last thing I have wanted to do is blog and write on my ‘puter. Now that the temp has sunk just enough to get back into things, let us not waste another minute:

If we were having coffee, I’d start by talking about how we all, at least once in a lifetime, encounter a person so wonderful, so beautiful inside and out, so smart and so witty that he/she makes our heart sing in pure admiration. This person makes us feel important, loved and cared for. This person makes us laugh with his/her fabulous storytelling and jokes, and has this way of letting us feel truly alive. Talking to this person is like sticking a straw straight into the fountain of wisdom, and we learn so much from them. We cling to every word this person utters, and we are perplexed that such a wonderful being will grace us with their precence, and we realize that this is The Greatest Person in the World! Just being near this person is like sitting on a pink cloud where everything is beautiful, true and good.hest

And to those of you that still haven’t met me;

– there is still hope!


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Want to see my previous contributions to the #WeekendCoffeeShare? They are funny, I promise:

Sausage much?

Brexit explained

The Nerve!

Brexit Tea

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Trouble is my middle name

We should not sleep away the summer night

Diet much?

Wolf Whistle much?

An eggy conundrum

Happy Mother’s Day!

#WeekendCoffeeShare

Nice to meet you

Coffee and taxes

read my blog