Well, hello June! Does it feel like summer where you are? While I start my day with coffee on even the hottest days, I’ve also got lemonade if you’d rather have that while we get together for the Ultimate Coffee Date Link Up. Deborah and I hope you take this opportunity to share what’s going on in your lives, get to know each other better and support each other in all our endeavors. So, make sure you leave comments on other blogs in the link up and visit Deborah at Confessions Of A Mother Runner.
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June Jabbering At The Ultimate Coffee Date
If we were having coffee, I’d ask if you noticed the cicadas as you came up the walk.
I can’t believe how noisy they are!
If we were having coffee, I would have to share my foreign Starbucks experiences from my April business trips. We stayed at a new-to-me hotel on my trip to Copenhagen, and I laughed when I saw this big neon sign on the building on the next block. I promise I didn’t look up Starbucks locations when I selected that hotel!
While Starbucks isn’t that common in Copenhagen,
there was an astounding number of Starbucks in Seoul.
We figured out which one was closest to our hotel, and I managed to order my grande dark roast despite the language barrier. It was even more expensive than it is here, though.
You can make fun of me for my Starbucks addiction, but it’s nice to have a familiar-tasting cup of coffee when everything else is so different!
If we were having coffee, I’d ask you to consider supporting the American Heart Association through my Lawyers Have Heart donations page. My Dad is why I give to this cause, but if you’re hesitating I’ve got five other reasons that may resonate more for you.
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If you went overseas, would you visit Starbucks or a local coffee shop?