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Monday…. Can I pay you to just, go away? Pleeease?!


This Mornings Coffee
This mornings coffee was a local one! Trve Kvlt Coffee!  I added my usual 1/2 scoop of raw sugar cane sugar and called it a morning! I love getting to support small businesses! Especially when its something like coffee!

Thoughts About the Upcoming Week
There are NOT enough hours in the day this week. I have 3 days to get Yule stuff finished before tiny demon is out of school for break. I also have to prepare to leave for a week at work in Louisville, KY (home sweet home!!) I need extra days or something! MOAR COFFEE!

This Weeks Goal
– Finish all the Yule Shtuff
– Get travel and lodging for work figured out
– Get the Garage and everything else spotless so when I come home from traveling I’m ready to start the new year on a good note!

I would love to hear about your upcoming week and goals for this week- even just your coffee choice! Pingback to my Coffee & Chaos page, or this post so I can see it!


Local – The UnSalted Life

There is something so utterly soothing about sitting on the front porch in the morning, listening to the lake and enjoying the breeze. Sometimes- it’s surreal. This is where I call Lakefront Livinghome now. I am lakefront living and I love it!

Making this move was a hard decision. It’s quite a ways away from family (yet I’m still reachable- It’s only an hour away) which sort of defeated the purpose of me moving back to this horrible state. I wanted to be closer so I could have help with mini Demon while I finished school and worked. I have been doing it on my own for the last 6 years, so It was time to have help.

In my mind and soul I knew that I needed to be closer to the water. It’s where I belong. I also knew I missed the beach and the south, and want to end up back on the beach in NC again one day.  What better way to compromise that moving lakeside? It’s been an amazing as I has hoped living the freshwater life could be, and while I miss the salt life, this will do for now.

This post is in response to the The Daily Post’s One Word Prompt Challenge “Local”