"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Very nice line, your beachiness.
XoXo--coffee with U makes my day
Very nice Terry! :)
That looks a good way to have coffee.
I've never even tried coffee.
oh yeah...i love coffee...its my only vice.2 cups a day.we need to turn Fred onto coffee.even without the rocks.
i haven't drank a pot of coffee in my entire life...im a tea drinker..loves my tea...i love the smell of coffee, but jeez, that stuff is bitter tasting...
I like mine black and you can keep the rocks. Nice picture though.
Great picture Terry and i do like mine with cream...not too sure about the rocks.
You must have enjoyed it because it is almost alone. :) I'm with Yellowdog Granny on this one. Give me a nice cup of steaming hot tea.
:-) Nice picture and text. It rocks! I like the structure of the stones.
Wonderful photos on your blog. This one really made me smile...great caption :o)
That is how I like my tea...my coffee has to be black and strong.I tried to buy Iceland on ebay but could not find the listing...grrrrr!!!
It good without the cup, just lap it off the rocks.
I could use some of that right about now only with a little kick though...lol
Hi...just dropped in via the black box.
Nice photo! I've never had it on the rocks...
Well javajazz, Fred may never have had coffee, but his avatar sure looks wired! :-D
I got here through Black Box. Great blog, Terry! I'll be back!
perhaps its all that green tea,Will D...
Need a refill ? XoXo
Very relaxing image.
Black no sugar for me... but I love this photograph!
Gorgeous mug, coffe, pebbles, photo!
Doug - Thank you for making my day. I shall wear my new title with delight.Anonymous - Nobody makes coffee like you do xoRed Mojo - Thank you. Tea is nice, but coffee is a life sustaining.Ariel the Thief - The rocks add the perfect ambience.Fred: May I have your autograph? I've never met anyone like you before - you must be one of the wonders of the world. Imagine that - a person who has never had coffee before.JJ - I don't know if that is possible - although I don't know how it is possible that he is a coffee virgin at all. A rare breed indeedie.Yellowdog! What? Another one without the joys of coffee... that is what Coffeemate is for.Dr. John - Not a rock kind of guy, eh? That's okay - it's the leaded stuff that really counts.Photowannabe - Truly the rocks add the world-roundedness.Sally - You know those rocks were on Dale & Richard's beach. Perfect cup of coffee. Ahhh, coffee. I think I'll finish my cup.SOe - I thought you would like this picture. You understand rocks :)Ruth - Thanks. It is very nice to see you here. Blessings to you.
Mo'a - ha ha ha. Iceland can't be bought at any price, despite what people are saying about it :) Now the Brenivin on the other hand is a different story... man alive I ordered some and wow was it expensive.Tom & Icy - I can see you are perfect in a pinch... a practical gourmet ;)Jillie - I put an extra dose of love and comfort into yours. I hope you are getting through your days of grief as best you can. xoWillow - What a great blog you have - I enjoyed the stroll through your posts. That black box is quite fun.Actonbell - Surely you are game to try it now, heh heh. We will put you, Fred, Yellowdog Granny, and Sal into the same coffee tasting klatch - cream, sugar, or rocks on the side :)Will Doohan - LOL! That Fred - you know how teachers get :)Lynette - Hey - great to see you drop by. I love your blog(s) as well - birds of a feather I think we are. JJ - Hmmm - I never got wired on green tea. Must be that Floridian brand they drink out there...Sweetie - You are the world's most attentive Bear.Hobbes - Hello and come on in. All bears are welcome here.Mojo - Your coffee is up - on the rocks.Glad you stopped by for a cup.Dj Kirkby - Welcome back Ms. Hippie Girl :) I need another installment of the Plump WAGs Club. And congrats on the new finished edit on Zaftig to Aspie :)
Fred probably doesn't even touchthe stuff...i was just taking an uneducated guess, which is whyhe's the teacher, and i'm not...doesnt green tea have a substantialamount of caffeine in it?anyway, this is mere speculation...we're gonna have to take it upwith Fred's illustrator...(who might just be Fred!)hey,wait a minute...!whats with the new blogroll here?this shows when we all posted last?oh lord, how embarrassing!!tho i see i have some competition...some are listed here as not havingposted for 7 months???maybe we should check to see if everyone's okay, you know,vital signs and all that jazz?anyway, its not always aboutfrequency of posts, now, is it...for example, my posts are sodeep and substantiali only have to post everysix months or so...anyway, glad you got your blogrollback and glad you're feeling betterand glad you have turkeysrunning around your yard...that never happens here...tho there are a few neighbours....
Lisa - just so you know, I think Fred gets off on his students, not coffee or tea... tee heeeee. As of now he is off to a different location - lucky guy.My Bear is off to join his little Granddaughter on the occasion of her very first bday... too bad it is in Hawaii LOL. My gift to the little sweetheart was "her Grandpa" :D In these troubled financial times where $$ is running through my fingers like sand in an hourglass, it all didn't matter as I purchased his ticket. I only wish there was a road to Hawaii... then I could have gone with him instead of having to babysit this old senile dog.
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