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What a privilege it was this week to participate in Celebrate Lit’s “Thankful for our Readers” Facebook party. Forty authors came together to thank our readers, host giveaways, and chat about our books and our lives. Several of our guests joined my mailing list. Another BIG THANK YOU!!! Speaking of Facebook parties, you may have […]

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Christmas Fun with Kids: Decorated Cut-Out Sugar Cookies!

Aren’t cut-out decorated Christmas cookies the ultimate highlight of Christmas cookie baking fun with children? In The Essence of Joy, young friends, their moms and I created very special ones at The Coffee Cottage — Christmas Trees appearing to be decorated with roses. Read our story in The Essence of Joy. You will find it in […]

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Hot Chocolate, Dark Roast, Whipping Cream – ALL in One Cup

Here at The Coffee Cottage we are always on the lookout for indulgent and tasty treats and beverages for our guests. We spend just a little time on Pinterest. (Insert smiley face here.) Many guests enjoy their coffee black, while many others anticipate our next concoction. Adding a little chocolate to anything can only be […]

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Get Ready: Find Your Advent Inspiration

Advent. The word provides a reminder to live in a state of anticipation, foretaste, expectancy, joy and hope. As October winds down, look around. Holiday decorations appear almost as quickly as Halloween disappears. Where’s the anticipation, the foretaste, the expectancy, the joy and hope in the waiting for Christmas Day to arrive? Most are so […]

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It’s Cinnamah-Brosia’s Birthday… and Mother’s Day… and a BIG Surprise

Bound to happen occasionally when your birthday is May 14th, it falls on Mother’s Day. Like me you may love the day because your own children are sure to remember and shower you with unending love. Maybe like me, too, you hate the day because memories surface of the mother who was often absent and […]

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