Tag Archives: Sunday Coffee

Sunday Coffee – Steroids

Back in late December, I was getting dressed for bed when I noticed a round, red patch on my thigh. It was so regular that I thought at first that it might be ringworm. I wasn’t sure how I’d come … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Football

Though my dad’s side of the family were huge football people, I was never a fan of football growing up. Neither was Jason. When our kids were young, the only football they ever really saw was when we had an … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – November Sailing

I mentioned waaaaay back in my October wrap-up that I’d penciled a specific date into my calendar (Nov 23, 2019) and said I’d discuss why at some point. It’s been a few months, but plans have finalized and I’m ready … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Nose Update

I saw the ENT this week about this whole loss/distortion of smell issue. For those who haven’t known me long, here’s a very brief recap of the last year on my nose. Just skip the next paragraph if you already … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – A Bizarre Experience

Y’all probably remember me saying on multiple occasions that when I read a book too fast, I feel really sick afterwards. I don’t suppose I’ve ever really elaborated on what “sick” means, because it’s not just a blah feeling. I … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Entering the New Year

I can’t tell you how much I’ve been looking forward to 2019. You know how you sometimes keep writing the previous year on dates for a month or two into the new year? I’ve been writing “2019” on my dates … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – December in Review

Normally I’d wait until early January to do my final monthly wrap-up of 2018, but it feels better to get it done within the year and have as little as possible lingering come January 1st (I still have one book … Continue reading

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