Weekend Coffee Share is a time for us to take a break out of our lives and enjoy some time catching up with friends (old and new)!
Grab a cup of coffee and share with us! What’s been going on in your life? What are your weekend plans? Is there a topic you’ve just been ruminating on that you want to talk about?
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If you are unable to post your site into the link-up for any reason feel free to drop it into the comments and I will do my best to add you to the linkup!
Welcome to coffee!
How are you doing this week? What have you been up to? Is the season starting to change where you are? I think most of you are in the shift to fall, but maybe a few are moving to spring…. I’ve always been kind of intrigued by the difference in the seasons in different geographic locations. Like, the idea of it being summer for Christmas is just baffling!
This week has been okay, we’re doing some training at work which has been a nice change of pace for me. Outside of work, though, I haven’t been up to a whole lot. I have to admit, much of my down-time has been sunk into playing silly games on my phone (I may have gotten into Township a bit… it reminds me a little of the things I used to love about old-school Sim City).
Last Friday I had my Friday Food Fun Night with a little crew of my friends (the same ones I went camping with this summer), we ended up hitting up just three different restaurants, all walking distance downtown. I didn’t actually get mole at any of them, I left that to the friends who are in search of the flavor they really like. Instead I tried a little variety of things. The first place I arrived at a bit before everyone else, so ordered a frozen margarita, some queso (to enjoy while I waited) and a quesadilla. Because I can’t eat wheat, and most places make their quesadillas out of flour tortillas (corn is kinda hard to work with when you’re dealing with a larger size), I haven’t had a quesadilla I didn’t have to make myself in ages – it was very exciting. Next we stopped at an Italian place, where we got some yummy desserts, then on to another Mexican place where I got some fundito!
That’s been largely the highlight of my week -this coming weekend I’m hoping to just rest up. And it’s coming on to time to rest, so I’m going to leave this here…. What are you up to?