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Another favourite place to drink my coffee

Feet up on the dashboard with my butt nestled into the passenger’s seat. The sun is low in the sky with the promise of a warm sunny day. The radio can just be heard over the sound of the tires on the pavement and the wind outside my window. The smell of strong coffee, truck stop coffee, fills the cab of the truck while I wait for it to cool enough to not scald my tongue. In case you haven’t guessed this week’s favourite place to drink coffee is on the road: road trip.

If we were having coffee, I would share with you that the boys and are I making puppets out of styrofoam balls, papier-mache, paint, and material. My oldest is the teacher for this activity because it was a project they did at school. It’s messy, but it’s fun. We shall see how they all turn out.

If we were having coffee, I would share with you that A to Z theme reveal was this week. I am planning to participate again this year. This will be my sixth year participating! Should be fun. If you are interested in my theme, you can check out the reveal: here.

Other then that it has been work, edit, parent, caffeinate, and repeat!

If we were having coffee, I would ask you where you are having your coffee today?

By Shari Marshall – 2022

Weekend Coffee Share is hosted by Natalie the Explorer. I hope you have a chance to join us for a virtual cup. Coffee share #60.

7 thoughts on “Another favourite place to drink my coffee

    1. Sadly, no road trips right now. That was a memory for the family road trip to the Yukon.
      As for the puppets, the mess part so far has been papier-mache.
      Thanks for stopping in Trent. I am heading over to your blog now for a virtual coffee.


      1. Yeah, I actually assumed the road trip was a memory, which is one reason I put the “lol” after it – it would have been hard to do papier-mache in the cabin of the truck…

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  1. ah – the sacred road trip. I’ll admit to somewhere having turned into that older guy who dislikes the prep of packing and getting ready but once I’ve engaged the transmission on the SUV – I’m golden and looking forward to the scenery, the travel, the simple meditative allure or humming down the road on our way to something, almost anything.

    We have two trip that have sprung upon us, both involving our oldest. He was able to complete his BA from an on-line university late last year and thus, we are doing a vaca soon to applaud him at his graduation ceremony – now that they’ve decided to resume doing such public things.

    Then, to make sure we stay stirred up, he and his still-new wife and their puppy are moving out of California to buy their first home, be closer to her parents and begin a whole new stage of their life.

    We are fast running out of reasons to stay here. Inertia remains the biggest obstacle to our escape.

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